A bit of everything
Not showing on the outside though.
External calm, internal chaos.
these drawings are making a beginning of a journal, a book, something important...wonderful way you are showing your feelings.great expressions.
Hey...no gophers or hornworms on your brain? LOL!! Time for a littlehousekeeping:)Funny story...I was speaking to my Uncle in Ottawa and he was telling me about this HUGE tomato hornworm he saw in his neaighbor's driveway. Said he hadn't seen one in years and asked where I supposed it came from. I said "Mim's house!":)
Lynn, you're right. I am taking all these "esmerelda" type pictures and keeping them in one journal. It's interesting to look thru,and to reflect on. L - the woodchuck is buried behind everything else! I knew that I couldn't do anything about him this year, so banished him to the back of my mine. But behind all that surface clutter...there is MORE - hornworms included. I did hear that hornworms get VERY big - I'd love to see one that big, and after I got over my shudders, would enjoy the beast. Good luck with your move back to RI - when are you going to actually move back?
it's perfect!! I know the exact feeling.
Too much stimulization can clutter anyone's head. I know I can't paint when my kids interrupt me every five minutes wanting something to eat or drink.
these b&w drawings still fascinate me. keep them going. :)
sorry it was so hard...at least it's only half your brain in a clutter....hugs.
This is a classy drawing; I like it!
relatives are like that, don't you know? nice balance to the composition
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