Sun Goes to Bed
About the Artist
Sun Goes to Bed: On a trip to Southern Oregon I felt pressure to do as much as I could, get every last drop out of the day. I was feeling frustrated and lacking control over my life when the sun started setting. We stopped to take pictures and all my feelings of not enough went away. What I Hold In My Hands: My chronic repetitive strain injuries greatly impact my life: where I live, how I work, when and how I read, clapping my hands at a show, what glass I use to drink, etc. I spend so much time thinking about how I use my fingers and hands or feeling them hurt. I made this for them.