Uh-oh, I feel a really bad pun coming on......she just wanted Apollo to leaf her alone.It must be a Daphne kinda day!
I love this sculpture..!!Bernini was a crack :). I went a month ago to Borghese Gallery and it was awesome!Nice drawing!
nice drawing!! you really capture the gesture of the sculpture!
Splendido illo by the infamous bellissimo straniero ~ rrramone!Caldi baci ed abbracci,Daphne The Tart(translation: Many hugs & kisses)
That's an awesome contour capture of Bernini's work. I actually love Bernini. I sketched tons of his sculptures when I was in Rome last.Macus Romoero: I didn't know that Bernini did crack. That explains the St. Theresa sculpture. I didn't think nuns were allowed to do that...even with angels.Lori Witzel: Want to hear a really bad pun & all around general rule to live by? Sure you do; When in Roma, don't get on Minerva.
Wonderfull. Very baroque in lines and expression.
Oooooh, I really like this one! (I like the other ones too but this one is special!)RYN: I'm not "getting out there" with my blogs. I have a new obsession: flickr.com. I actually did some western art shows and had a few articles in western magazines. This is on the back burner these days unfortunately...
I must stop visiting your blog on the school computers!
reminds me a bit of some of Picasso's line drawings... saw an exhibition in Canada :)You just need some more scribbly bits and a coupla animal heads.
lovely simple sketch
Very Bernini, very Baroque, very nice too. Do you draw your cats too?
what is the tart?
I really like the whole 'mother earth' of it all...
Beautiful and so tragic. You captured both aspects perfectly!
that is gorgeous. i love it.
Thanks for stopping by! :-)Willie