What we’re going to do

January 5, 2018


10 Responses to “What we’re going to do”

  1. kestrelart said

    So what are we going to do?
    One thing I’m going to do is listen to Michael Wolff’s book on Trump and perhaps draw artistic inspiration from it as with Sophocles tragedies of Oedipus. Crowned by accident, perhaps destroyed by his children, will he be driven forth by Mueller, blinded, to wander in exile?
    Meanwhile I like your landscape cut into pieces. Perhaps rearrange their order before painting over them?

  2. More of your good ideas! Funny thing, on a walk today I noticed a woman wearing a long pink-red coat, not unlike the figure in the bottom drawing. The shape caught my eye and I carefully noted the length of the coat and her proportions so I could sketch her later. Love the road or path slashing across the hill in the first one, and that tree!

    • The figure one was from a photo – I initially asked my daughter to stand in front of me to show that the leaves weren’t the pink they were showing on my camera, but it does put some scale in. My daughter loves her pink coat so did not need to be persuaded to pose!

  3. memadtwo said

    Enjoy! Oh…I see that’s already occurring…(K)

  4. Good to see these new landscapes. #2 has a nice spaciousness – interesting approach (as always:-)).

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