4 thoughts on “Violette Naranjo Clark

  1. Love Violette’s bright colors and the way she portrays her characters. The art plus captions speaks a powerful message about change.

  2. Love the way she depicts the contrast between the fuzzy, furry, ‘crawly’ caterpillar & the glorious mauve-winged butterfly. It inspires to aspire, for sure. And the message is ‘core’.

  3. It seems to me it’s the toaster oven (cocoon) in between that fries the brain with fear that keeps wings in eclipse. Or, maybe apathy of the heart after miscarriages of success. Maybe a Dove Spirit to give a gentle tap of encouragement would awaken the passion to fly again. Love the art story!

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