Georgia

Today’s Artwork

‘Georgia’ Art Print

And no… I’m not talking about the state or the country. I don’t know why this one evokes the name ‘Georgia’ when I look at it.

That’s how many of my art pieces get their names — I just look at them and a name pops into my mind. Either that, or my husband looks at it and tells me what name pops into his mind.

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Michelle Hoffmann

Michelle Hoffmann

Digital abstract artist and writer, looking to leave my mark on the world. Buy me a ko-fi! https://ko-fi.com/distortedviewpi https://linktr.ee/distortedviewpi

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