Trepanning for Gold

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Trepanning can mean to trephine. A trephine is a type of saw most often used to cut out disks of bone from the skull. Sometimes when the creative process is not going well, one wishes for a metaphorical trepanning in hopes it would release some ideas from the depths of that mass of gray tissue. On the other hand, it's generally not considered a good idea to try to bore holes in one's own skull.

Most of these are composites I created when I was tired and nearing the end of a long week of working on images. Some are merely images that I've drawn patterns in with Photoshop. In most cases there was very little, if any, forethought involved. In that way they seem to parallel a lot of my life decisions.

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