Welcome Back Too

All a dream.


ven though I did a lot to this picture in post production, I’m staying with only one column. I decided to do a lot of work to this picture because I wanted to experiment in a couple of ways.

Before we get into that, my doctor’s office’s ears must have been burning. They called me. They wanted to reschedule my appointment. I came close to hanging up. I thought better of that, and rescheduled my appointment for after Christmas. But, I also told them that they could expect a note from my attorney. That caught the bookers attention. She asked if I wanted to talk to my doctor. I called her bluff and said yes, knowing that he wasn’t in the office on Monday. I haven’t heard from him yet.

It’s Tuesday.

Do no harm. Indeed.

The picture is really a bunch of baby experiments rolled into one. I realized that I’ve made this picture in the past. And, the past before that, and that, and that. So I tinkered with it until it looks like nothing you’ve seen. Or, that I’ve seen. Ever.

It’s amazing what desperation can do. I’m desperate a lot.

Sometimes, with desperation comes messiness. This picture is really a mess.



4 responses to “Welcome Back Too”

  1. kunstkitchen Avatar

    I like the picture a lot. It’s like an inner sparkle of spirit appearing! Terrific.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Ray Laskowitz Avatar

    Thank you. It’s a little weird.


  3. Debra Avatar

    I know that hospitals have review boards to listen to patient complaints and to allow a family to advocate for unmet needs and concerns, it would seem there must be a way to have your very real pain control, and doctor negligence, addressed. I hope you’ll find a way before long. This is really awful, Ray.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Ray Laskowitz Avatar

      The doctor in question resigned. My lawyer, a merges and acquisitions specialist, rattled some cages today. Proper meds are on their way.


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