Looks like your pissed-offness leaked thru. Not too many unrevealables in
art, are there?
Your last sentence [below] reminds me of a Friends' (Quaker) Meeting I
visited years ago. It was unpastored which meant folks would stand up when
moved to speak or simply sit meditating for the hour. Several folks stood
and spoke about the illness and deaths of members. Shy though I am <g>, I
stood up and said, "Where's the JOY?!!!" Silence for minutes more. At last
the Clerk of the Meeting stood, looking sad, and said: "Yes, we'll have to
work on that."
Have fun, R'Owl, or what is the point, after all?!
I'm ready for re-naming, R'Owl. What will you name me?
2008/8/27 Roger Day <[log in to unmask]>
> I was very pissed off when I did that drawing. It was supposed to be
> an umbrella made of sticks, leaves and string, and I was left to
> finish it by myself. The drawing is of the internals. I could not get
> it right, too many bits in the way.
> Yes, I shall have to see about getting some passion into my work.
> On Wed, Aug 27, 2008 at 8:37 AM, Judy Prince
> <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> > I'm always surprised at the calm of your art, R'Owl.
> > My particular favourites are #21 (Marlboro) for its colour juxtaposes and
> > "moving wave" inclination; and #25, the knotted (ship?) wotsits, for a
> > touch and composition that reveals barely-able-to-be-suppressed emotion.
> > Judy
> > 2008/8/26 Roger Day <[log in to unmask]>
> >> http://picasaweb.google.com/rog3r.day/Portfolio2008
> >> --
> >> My Stuff: http://www.badstep.net/
> >> "I began to warm and chill
> >> to objects and their fields"
> >> Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds
> My Stuff: http://www.badstep.net/
> "I began to warm and chill
> to objects and their fields"
> Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds