Friday Art: “Blood Issues”
Blood Issues: Anger Cycles

Written by Natalie Luhrs

I'm a lifelong geek with a passion for books and social justice.
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May 6, 2016

I had outpatient surgery earlier this week and I am really not feeling well, so here is an in-progress series of watercolors that I am calling “Blood Issues”.

I’ve been doing an art piece every day this year, you can see all the posts over at Instagram if you’re so inclined.

Links should be back next week. Be well.

Blood Issues

Blood Issues: Anger Cycles

Anger Cycles

 

Blood Issues: Chaos

Chaos

 

Blood Issues: Uncontrollable

Uncontrollable

 

Blood: Issues

Issues

 

Blood Issues: This or a picture of my insides. Your choice.

This or a picture of my insides. Your choice.

I do plan on writing in more detail what’s been going on with me from a medical perspective, but I need to not be in the middle of uncertainty and conflicting emotions when I do so. What’s going on is quite serious and life altering, but it is also controllable and there is an end point. So when I am able, I will talk about this in more detail.

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3 Comments

  1. Catherine Asaro

    Natalie, I’m sorry to hear you aren’t feeling well. I hope it improves well and soon. Thank you for your great blog.

    • Natalie Luhrs

      Thanks so much for reading, Catherine. 🙂

  2. aegtx

    I’m sorry you’re ill. I wish you a speedy recovery.

    (Now that I know why you’re doing all these red pieces, I feel bad about how much I still love Anger Cycles.)

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