Jenny McMahon

Onomatopoeia

Word art using only words that represent sounds. You see but do not hear and must interpret events based on the visual clues.

A blind person hears but does not see and interprets the same clues to construct the meaning of the sounds.

So, using the clues provided in the print, everyone is invited to create their own story.

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  • Categories: 2018 Artist Profiles
  • Country: Australia
  • Medium: Hand printed and hand stitched reduction linocut print

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  1. maggie consadine

    August 12, 2018
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    well , oh oh , bending over and splat , my ice cream falls out of cone . Then pop , I farted. Then splat , lost the other scoop of ice cream . Yuck , messy. Ha ha ha kids laughing at me

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