25 thoughts on “Parapluie

  1. Yes, rains are necessary, but preferably in the middle hours of the night. Then one morning we wake up to a blast of bright, fresh, dripping, laughing green…..I’m gonna have to study this hatching a while.

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  2. Of course, I don’t think I know any creatives not taking anti-anx of one sort or another. “Creative people show tendencies of thought and action that in most people are segregated. They contain contradictory extremes; instead of being an ‘individual’; each of them is a ‘multitude’.” ~Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, Psychologist with an unpronounceable name who studies creatives.

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  3. Interesting perspective, never did I know the word Parapluie either. At first glance, I actually thought this was an intaglio print, with all the lines in the middle chair. Beautiful drawing Barry!

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      1. For some unknown reason, I find other word languages unbelievably difficult to remember, I think Japanese could be different as it’s more symbols and sounds. Have you ever learnered any jap? If I told my grandpa, I am learning Japanese, I think he will use my head as bait

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  4. ….the perspective is always creative, with plastic chairs and umbrella tables suddenly a labyrinth of form which begs to be disentangled and then allowed to once again be the line design it is. (I tried to say all this simply, but couldn’t. I just like figuring out what the subject is and then going back to seeing it as you’ve given it to us)

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