Can you read the message my heart has etched on my skin, this petal-thin map? -Jeannine Hall Gailey (excerpt from “Introduction to Dermatographia“) I came across Jeannine Hall Gailey’s lovely poem “Introduction to Dermatographia” in an online magazine called The Freeman.
I have some exciting news to share with you all: This December, I will have a solo exhibition here in New York! It’s going to be at the gallery I show with, Magnan Metz. The opening is December 11th, from 6:00-8:00. If you’re in the New York City area I would love to see you
Yes my skin does inspire me. It inspires me to be more creative and not be ashamed of the things that make me unique. It also inspires me to get along with the things I already have. -Evelyn Hear, hear–I agree with you Evelyn! I think that when faced with challenges, we grow and learn
Also I do have one more question, what can dermatographia do for me? For example what can I get out of it? Is there anything I can do with it? -Tegan Nicks I received this email from Tegan last month: Dear Ariana, Recently, I have discovered your ‘skin’ work, and have been inspired by the
Hello Ariana, My name’s Denisa and I’m from France. I am 14 years old. I wanted to write you an email to tell you that I have the same “problem” with my skin. I’ve searched for two years for the name of my skin disease and one week ago I finally found it on your