skulls by chris roberts (r.i.p.)

My good friend Chris passed away four years ago today. I miss him a lot and there are few days that go by when I don’t think  about him. He often visits me in my dreams, which always seems appropriate, as he was one who seemed to travel in dreams, even while still on this Earth.. Chris was one of my favorite artists. His artwork always blew my mind and it still pains me that more people were not able to see it while he was alive. Among other subjects, he loved drawing skulls. So as a tribute to him I’m sharing some of his skulls with you today.

© Christopher Roberts

© Christopher Roberts© Christopher Roberts

© Christopher Roberts

© Christopher Roberts

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  1. Our closest friends never leave. My best friend has been in my thoughts a lot these past few days. A smart, funny and gifted soul, September 1 is the first anniversary of her suicide. She would have loved your friend’s artwork.

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  2. Those are really great. Thank you for sharing. It’s hard to believe 4 years have gone by already. Thinking of you.

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    • I know– I can’t believe it’s been that long. And I feel like I’ve been on a treadmill the entire time.

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