Huh! Talkin' 'bout time: You wre a bit late this time…But with a nice drawing! Greetings from Berlin!
late, but not too late.funny and unique like always!!!greetings from stuttgart!
Very creative thought.
I find this very moving and would love to have it hanging on my wall as a serene momento mori.
Just don't let it all keep you awake at night.
Clever and enigmatic as usual! Love it!
I bet this would really pop with a spot of color...and again, a great thought...this morning I was thinking of how it would be if I make it to old age and I'm physically unable to draw or paint anymore...I was trying to figure out if I mentally would be okay with myself or if it would leave me with a lot of regret for things I don't do know...if I went to a therapist I imagine it would be a lot like your blog...but I'm not sending you $275 an hour...
a heavy thought.
You are probably distracted by hairballs. xo's The MILF
Didn't Joseph Albers do something with that theme?"That which I should have done, I did not do". A fateful looking and rather autocratic surface you have rendered.
There's no food on the table.
I am thinking of what Brine Blank said and what was funny to me was that I have repeatedly thought about old age and how people might be gone and I might be alone if I were very very old, and then I always think, "Well, when I get old and can't hear or do things at least I'll still be able to draw and paint..."
sarasusanna is quite optimistic about old age and "our" capacity to paint and draw till late into our time. I feel one day the computer will make me blind (not to say what it will have done to my shoulder and neck). That day as only consolation I will think at William Baronett and his magic drawings. Love this one!
thanks for the chuckle
Thanks for stopping by! :-)Willie