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Related changes. Toward the end of , she inadvertently developed "the Chang technique" that became part of her artistic vocabulary.
Cracked or furrowed textures appear as different layers of paint dry at different rates; with these, she produces marble-like textures or patterns of veins like those in flowers or fallen leaves.
With her control of these different painting techniques, she gradually refined the "images of the cosmic mind" she saw in her inner vision — "mental images" reflecting her understanding of the current moment in her inner self, the human world, and the universe.
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Andie Daniell. Sonja Molnar Caitlin Whoriskey. Though we were definitely meant to drool over the opulence, they did a good job of also showing the grotesqueness of it, which is how I was raised to see such wealth as the child of middle class Korean immigrant academics.
Advice for the parents who will sooner or later do the college app process for their kids: let them do as much of it as possible on their own.
They need to and you need to let them. As a first gen Korean immigrant, I had been worried about what college my son would get into since sixth grade.
The only true stress I've experienced in my life. The fretting did me no good. It made me last out against him when he didn't deserve it.
How I wish I could take those moments back. I think there's an inverse relationship between the declining rate of college degree relevance and the increasing rate of the tuition.
When I called one of my closest girlfriends whose son is one of my boy's best friends and only 15 days younger to rant, she said "Let Jin Long do it himself, Sophia.
Our boys are going to be They need to learn how to do things on their own. I don't know where Jin Long will end up going to college, but I have faith that will git in where he fits in and be amazing at whatever he chooses to do.
More importantly, I've raised a kind, just, empathetic, funny benevolent leader. And he's going to be a 6' tall Asian man so my contribution to the planet is pretty considerable.
There are countless moments that fill a mother with pride--first step, soccer games, music recitals, etc. But it's not until your children become young adults that you see who they will be as husbands and wives.