I can’t find anything on my shelves because they grab, prod and remind. They are constantly reminding me of Leonard Cohen biographies, poetry, PMS charts and a few schoolbooks.
I am reminded how heartbroken I can be and feel loss more acutely. When something means more and more, then discover it is lost; it hurts.
There is a fear in the depth of despair.
Oh my life is changing everyday
In every possible way
And oh my dreams
It’s never quite as it seems
‘Cause you’re a dream to me
Dream to me
Dolores O’Riordan / Noel Hogan – The Cranberries
After looking at some of Michael Ehrhardt’s work this week, I became inspired. He is an accomplished and prolific German artist, who works in acrylics.
He is masterful.
My artwork defines itself lately by scribing my thoughts in pen, and wanted to give something new a try. I wanted to share the punctuation of line, with an inappropriate/inconsistent/landscape-like background.
I like and may integrate more into my work. Thank you for the inspiration.
Love the line, shape and quickie look.
Ah, what else to do on a Sunday afternoon. Sketch, reflect on the last week, my surgeon and my neck.
All seem to be on the mend.
He doesn’t know nor care, this King of Nothing with an impression in his crown. Mettled shapes that feel good to the hand.
His creation. His dominion.
North is an Australian Shepherd with attitude. She is the spitting image (temperament) of her owner – feisty, very intelligent and beautiful. Plus, she can jump from a sit to unbelievable heights. She’s funny to watch in slow-motion.
I wanted to surprise her owner Kathy, as a new office piece of art. Hopefully, it will cheer her on days the patients are tough and on days she misses her pooch.
It’s difficult saying “I am pleased” with anything I illustrate, only because I am modest and critical. However, today’s self-portrait seems to bring a smile. With simple line, minimal color and sculptured gesture, I am content.
My illustrations have fallen off since school began and I became irritable. Ask my friend Kathy. Thank you for a push.
These are my idea of what real onions look like. Not packaged under plastic, and certainly not constrained by a fiber netting. Onions should be tactile and papery. They are delicious to the tongue when cooked and enhanced near the nose.
There is no substitute.