By Patrick Russell LeBeau
Stands on my own, Faces, and different Poems, Patrick LeBeau's first assortment, is a self-reflective paintings on id, ancestry, and relatives relationships voiced in 3 elements. 'Stands Alone,' the 1st voice heard, is the singular 'he'—an entity misplaced in a sea of loneliness, loneliness that freezes development and stagnates creativity. It areas the self in a dizzy fact of feelings and knee-jerk reactions, bring to an end from the group. 'He' wanders, looking connections to land and neighborhood, yet usually discovering confusion and depression and, sometimes, readability and humor. on my own, he fends by myself and suffers judgements made with merely his tips. The voice partially strikes the 'he' to embody neighborhood and a spot of id exploration and discovery. A language is discovered. A language of news that permits him to hyperlink his personal own background to a bigger local neighborhood and adventure. via this came upon courting with ancestry and kinfolk, 'he' turns into receptive to religious teachings and cultural practices. half 3 units 'he' loose to consolidate the 'pieces' of his thoughts and reports into one, huge artistic web of experimentation and shape. needing inclusion of private background and reflections despite notions of excellent or undesirable, optimistic or destructive, 'he' ultimately settles on a pores and skin he can reside with and within.