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red oval far right center white stripes and CHA upper left
real chance and real transience
acrylic, housepaint, collage, roller, spray paint on canvas
30" x40"

This had been a painting about Gertrude Stein; supposedly she never revised... but I do. So this has been a real troublemaker and resisted and fought, but in the end, I think it has earned the title, a phrase taken from Iris Murdoch's "The Sovereignty of Good," the title essay, about how best to live.