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I hope everyone is having an excellent March so far. Today, I was thinking about my piano teacher from when I was younger. She was like a best friend to me. She impacted my life considerably, and she was a role model. She loved animals and treated humans with respect and friendliness. I learned a lot from her about how to be a kind human. I will forever be thankful that she was in my life. I miss her.
I don’t have many of my fractals or artwork for sale yet, but some are available on prints, t-shirts, and other items. There are digital downloads available on my DeviantArt, Etsy, and ArtStation sites as well. For a list of all my websites and where my fractals and art can be found, please see this website: https://linktr.ee/StaceyGuenther I have also added a donations widget to the sidebar of this WordPress blog. Thanks for looking and reading!
I've been making art since I was a child in the 1980s. I started with traditional media. Then, I began to make digital art on the family's Apple IIe computer in the early 80s. Between 1995 and 1996, when I was a senior in high school, I was the art club president.
In 2005, I started to make fractals. In 2021, I began making other digital art forms as an adult.
I write music and improvise every now and then. I've been doing this since I first played a guitar and piano when I was a child. I also like to make loops and beats.
I wrote a few haiku and senryu poems when I was younger. Unfortunately, I didn't save them. On May 30, 2022, I started to write them frequently and have been saving them in multiple places. I've also written some haibun and some flash memoirs. I hope to learn more about writing poetry and flash and microfiction as time passes. My goal with this website is to publish my art, fractals, poetry, music, and writing. I will also share other images, poetry, or writings that are in the public domain.
My writings, poetry, fractals, music, and art are copyrighted by me and may not be used in any way without my written permission.
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