Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Liquid Experts




Liquid Experts

Checking the change in color
Hiding in dark and light
The flow downhill
Reflected blue
White
Grey
Sky
Checking the change in color
Mixing in disturbed and silent
The flow pools
Diluted red
Wine
Purple
Gore
 Checking the change in color
Hiding behind masks and surprise
The flow confirmed
Melancholy hues
Eerie
Intense
Dread


Yesterday in the morning was spent watching others talk about their and my art.
A new ballpoint pen, not interested in the conversation, played.
I did the best I could to cover for the pens lack of interest, and disregard, of work by older tools .
3.5”x 5.5” ballpoint pen on paper

8 comments:

  1. You wrote it so well as the sketches came down in faces and streaks with no meaning but wanting it to be over, they also didn't want to be there so for them you painted them in the colours in your mind and covered the grey, you're awesome even bored,gosh I could drown in you writing, it is magical

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    1. It’s funny how a meaning develops, even while entertaining boredom sometimes.
      Thank you

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  2. I love the muggy-day feel of this. I could see you sketching away, uninterested in the conversation. Sometimes silence is better than chatter.

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    1. Sometimes silence is better.. keeping conversations with sketch pads is sometimes better too☺
      Thank you

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  3. Better to draw, indeed. Well done.

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  4. Your words...what a fabulous composition, truly representative of liquid dripping...and those melancholy hues...and so wonderfully fitting for the chaos of the sketch, which is deliciously disturbing.
    Yes...time much better spent in sketching than discussion! :)

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    1. I’m glad disturbing came through.. I do enjoy the surprise within doodles not purposely being pursued by my brain.
      Thank you

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