Yesterday's Self Was Not Afraid of the Dark. This one just happened. But then not really. And that is what is on my mind today. The span of composition is way bigger than what is right in front of you. That is what makes creativity such a puzzle. What appeared in the darkness overhead is interesting here. It is a form of what I have been calling ghosting. The square, prepared puzzle style, a while back. Just a 1 and 3/4" square, made for Holding Pattern but never used. But it still holds the pattern. The intention. The potential. The thought. Right? So although ghosting has been presented a patch and stitch technique, I would like to expand it to explain how it links past an the present and the future into new form. How big it really is. Can be.
I placed Not Afraid over a couple of pieces here. Separate thoughts can cross over. In this way, they never end. I take photos of these in between moments to understand the importance of the spaces between the pieces of the BiggerPuzzle. I ghost stitch them together, if only in my mind.