The Show Tell Project

For Seymour's Fat Lady

The Morning After

by fyarlgiles


The rosy pink

that kissed your flesh

is floating through the room like ash

and here I lay

alone but warm

tangled up in soft goodbyes

“The Morning After” Unfinished Poem by Angie Hoover- Hillhouse

Photo by Noel Alvarenga

Under The Sea

by fyarlgiles


“Under The Sea” Unfinished artwork by Angie Hoover- Hillhouse

If you look closely, you can see a pencil outline of a whale coming in from the right.

Punk Rock Rob

by fyarlgiles


“Punk Rock Rob” uncolored torso by Angie Hoover-Hillhouse

I have difficulty drawing legs and arms from memory, so a lot of my drawings are over once I get to the belly button.

Rocky Raccoon

by fyarlgiles


Pencil Sketch of Raccoon by Angie Hoover

Inspiration is inherent – it’s in life, like salt in ocean water. It’s everywhere.Artists are those who are attuned to it. But it’s not inspiration that can finish a project. It’s focus. – Vanessa Cate

This Old House

by fyarlgiles

Boarded up and left alone

quietly sleeping on the hill

.drafty windows.

.weeping willow.

where I used to be

she’s not so sad to me, no.

she’s not so old to me


squeeking doors and scuffed up floors

tattered drapes

torn from their rods

songs and lies down every hall

but still there’s sweetness in this dust

Unfinished Song by Angie Hoover-Hillhouse

More of Angie’s Poetry here:

Image of Fragmentation

by fyarlgiles


Photo by Fairytale Couture for Pieces of Us: Images of Fragmentation

Fairytale Couture’s Photography here:

The Beard

by fyarlgiles


The Beard Pencil Sketch by Angie Hoover-Hillhouse

I bought a series of pieces from an artist named Irana Douer (see her work here: who often paints women drowning in beds of their own hair. This bearded man is inspired by her work.