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Marks and characters and "asemic writing" reveal a dark red wax layer beneath the the layered whites - the breath-speech common to humankind, as is the life-blood beneath our many colored skins.
Glossolalia represents the hope of a future common tongue made possible by the God who created language and tongues and is called WORD.

(The word asemic means "having no specific semantic content," or "without the smallest unit of meaning." With the non-specificity of asemic writing there comes a supposed vacuum of meaning. But the God who interprets dreams and knows our thoughts most certainly gives meaning to our scribblings.

"What Language Can I Borrow To Thank Thee
Dearest Friend?"
cold wax and oil on birch panel
40 x 40 inches