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Yuchi Wind Bree 10.30.15 Drawn on Paint, enhanced with Fotor. Based on a Gorget from 1000 AD. The pileated woodpecker was a popular motif for the Yuchi tribe.
Yuchi Wind Bree 10.30.15 Drawn on Paint, enhanced with Fotor. Based on late prehistoric gorget totifs used by the Yuchi tribe, from 1000 AD. The pileated woodpecker was a particularly honored by the tribe.
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Kestrel Gorget Bree 3.27.16 Drawn after late prehistoric stone gorget mitofs used by the Yuchi tribe; drawn on Paint, enhanced with Fotor
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Raven Gorget Bree 3.29.16 Drawn after early prehistoric gorget motifs used by the Yuchi tribe; drawn on paint, enhanced with Fotor
The Feen Bree 11.27.15 Imaginary tribe which protects eaglets. Drawn on Paint, enhanced on Fotor.
The Feen Bree 11.27.15 An imaginary people who wean and protect eaglets. Drawn on Paint, enhanced on Fotor.
Howl Bree 11.24.15 Drawn on Paint after encountering a great horned owl in a forest behind a church in Cropper, KY.
Howl Bree 11.24.15 Drawn on Paint, enhanced with Fotor, after encountering a great horned owl in a forest behind a church in Cropper, KY.
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Turtle Bree 1.13.16 Drawn on Paint for commission. She represents tenacity, momentum, a benefactress and earths guardian.
Freya
Freya Bree 12.4.15 A goddess of love and fertility, associated by Anglo-Saxons with kissing under mistletoe. Drawn on Paint, enhanced with Fotor
Pleasureville Sunset Bree 1.3.15 Drawn on Paint
Pleasureville Sunset Bree 1.3.15 Drawn on Paint
Pleasureville Sunset Bree 1.6.15 drawn on Paint
Pleasureville Sunset II Bree 1.6.15 Drawn on Paint
Woman Bree 2.3.14 Collage made from a photograph of bare branches using the mouse with my right hand Corel.
Woman Bree 2.3.14 One of her first collages, made from a photograph of bare branches and a walnut, using the mouse to cut and paste on an archaic program named Corel Photo House, enhanced with Fotor.
Pleasureville Bree 12.8.15 Drawn on Paint
Pleasureville Bree 12.8.15 Drawn on Paint
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Are You Talkin to Me? Bree 1.20.15 Drawn on Paint
house of rising sun
House of the Rising Sun Bree 12.31.15 Drawn on Paint enhanced with Fotor
Pink Milk Pond Bree 2.6.16 Collage made from a single photograph on Paint
Pink Milk Pond Bree 2.6.16 Collage made from a single photograph on Paint
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Shakti Bree 12.30.15 Drawn on Paint, enhanced with Fotor, she represents all female energy, and the resource for male potential.
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Year of the Monkey Bree 2.20.16 Drawn on Paint for commission.
hawkwoman
Koma Kōryū Hawk Animus Bree 2.21.16 Collage from a single photograph, made on Paint.
mailbox couple arguing
Couple Arguing Bree 9.14.15 each figure designed from a single photograph of a mailbox, cut and paste style, on Paint
Wooden Post Couple Bree 10.11.15 Collage made from a single photograph, and colored on Paint
Wooden Post Couple Bree 10.11.15 Collage made from a single photograph of a wooden post with ivy on it, and colored over, on Paint
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Cybeles Dancing Bree 7.27.15 Collage made from a single photograph of a mountain petroglyph on Paint
womensmaller
Women Bree 3.4.16 Drawn on Paint, enhanced with Fotor

Part of an on-going series featuring female
archetypes
with animals, like and like.
Unmatched
in strength, wit and bravery,
the women
are also vulnerable,
and, at least in
part, human:

Diana Bree Drawn on Paint 7.15.15
Diana Bree Drawn on Paint 7.15.15
Coyote Tricksters Bree Drawn on Paint 7.15.15
Coyote Tricksters Bree Drawn on Paint 7.15.15
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White Buffalo Bree 1.15.16 Drawn on Paint, when a white buffalo is born it indicates the and of an age.
Guardians Bree 9.10.15 Drawn on Paint, enhanced with Fotor
Guardians Bree 9.10.15 Drawn on Paint, enhanced with Fotor
Sekhmet Bree 8.6.15 Drawn on Paint.
4 Ardhanarishvara
Ardhanarishvara Bree 9.7.2015 Drawn on Paint, Enhanced with Fotor
Runic Bear Bree 1.27.15 Collage created from runes cut and pasted to form man and bear as a prayer for protection.
Runic Bear Bree 1.27.15 Collage made entirely from runes, cut and pasted to form man and bear, as a prayer for protection made on Paint, enhanced with Fotor.
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Longhorn Bree Drawn on Fresh Paint 1.25.15
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Not Alone Bree 1.25.15 Drawn on Paint
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Mountain Spirit Bree 7.25.15 An animus drawn with Paint, enhanced on Fotor
collagesunny
Sunny (Self-Portrait) Bree 8.2.15 Drawn on Paint, Enhanced with Fotor
6 Surprise
Surprise Bree 8.1.15 Drawn on Paint
Garden
Gardening Bree 6.28.15 Drawn on Paint
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Support Our Troops Until They Come Home Bree 8.21.14 Drawn, cut and pasted on Paint
breebobcat
Selfie with Mary Olivers Line Bree 10.10.14 “How could I look at anything in this world and tremble, and grip my hands over my heart? What should I fear?” Drawn on Paint, enhanced with Fotor
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If You Know Whats Good For You Bree 2.24.14 Drawn on Corel Photo House, enhanced with Fotor, a line from her song “First Class Citizen”
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Smile on Me Justice Bree 4.11.14 portrait of Jean Brant, Cleveland lawyer and art gallerist, drawn on Paint, enhanced with Fotor
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There Is No Them Bree 7.14.14 Drawn on Paint, enhanced with Fotor
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Daniel Thompson Bree 4.12.14 Drawn on Paint, text added with Fotor, Thompson (1935 – May 6, 2004) was a freedom rider and huge advocate for the homless and imprisoned in Cleveland, OH, where he was also poet laureate of Cuyahoga County. Line taken from a poem about keeping Christ in Xmas.
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Daniel Thompson II Bree 4.12.14 Drawn with Paint, text added with Fotor, line reads, “New curtains for the bathroom I’ll feel so respectable she says Is that a bad feeling I counter”
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Langston Hughes with Rose-breasted Grosbeak Bree 5.17.2015 Drawn on Paint, enhanced with Fotor, from Poets with Birds series, “I see that my own hands can make the world that’s in my mind.”
maryweems
Mary E. Weems with Red Tailed Hawk Bree 3.29.15 from Poets with Birds series, drawn with Paint, enhanced with Fotor, “When I think about education, I can’t write a poem.” Weems is a Cleveland poet, play-write and professor of literature.
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Kim 7.20.14 Bree Drawn on Paint , enhanced with Fotor, Kim Goldhamer is a therapist in Cleveland, and embodies punk while she flaunts femininity and tenderness.
Lil Miss King Bree 6.12.14 Drawn on Paint, enhanced with Fotor
Lil Miss King Bree 6.12.14 Drawn on Paint, enhanced with Fotor
Arms Up Dont Shoot Bree 8.31.14 Drawn on Paint
Arms Up Dont Shoot Bree 8.31.14 Drawn on Paint, after Ferguson
wetpussy
Wet Pussy Bree 2006 (?) Drawn on Corel Photo House, one of the earliest drawings which led me to believe I could pursue visual arts. There would be a gap before I drew images for book covers.
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Tree Jazz Bree 2.1.14 one of the first drawings made on Paint, enhanced by Fotor, one of several abstracts made while listening to instrumental jazz.
mailbox couple arguing
Couple Arguing Bree 9.14.15 each figure designed from a single photograph of a mailbox, cut and paste style, on Paint
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Scootch Together Now Bree 9.23.15 Figures created from a single photgraph of peacock feathers, cut and past style on Paint
Green Panda Logo Bree 2008 an early example of my drawing before i knew i wanted to draw, drawn on Corel Photo House
Green Panda Logo Bree 2007 an early example of my drawing before i knew i wanted to draw for the pursuit of drawing, created on Corel Photo House