So nice to be treated to your colors in the early morning.I feel motivated.Have a great day!Olivia
Interesting drawgins!! (for think) your blog is very good, I love it.
LOVE THIS DRAWING!!! The colors and the fat black lines and the little blue bird. Love it!! hugs, k-
I was looking through your site, I can tell Picasso is an influence, I really like your style, cool colour explorations too.
Ladders motivate you? Or is it the fire that is about to burn down the ladders? To me fire is more motivating than just plain ol' ladders.
If I climb high enough, will I finally be there?
so funny! I saw buildings and a city. And then I read the other posts and everyone sees ladders.
I like your loose, yet controlled drawing style. It looks like you really love to draw.
i guess you need to find the motive before you find the motivation...looks like the bird is trying to find motivation to fly from the flickering color...I absolutely love that singular pink stroke...thanks for your comments on my blog..I'm glad that you like my entries and pics...I dont get much love from the blog community thanks for recognizing...anyway...of course you can add me to your blog list...you made it to the beginning!haha
A forest of gemstone ladders, a campfire, a flittering bluebird, pink sunset hills.ORAn extreme close-up glow-worm, the Urban Jungle, and an enormous bird looking for that Early Worm.Either and all ways, I am MOTIVATED.:-)
Homage to Miro?
I see skyscrapers at twilight, and somebody has set a fire to their feet. time for the bluebird of freedom to fly?Thanks for visiting my new blog on the block. I think your homeless sign collection should win an award. And I like your take on Tattoo too.
I like it, great ladder to the sky. Do e get to fly away at te top?Mary :-)
This is super!
Thanks for stopping by! :-)Willie