Friday, January 16, 2009

Finally home - trying to be somewhat creative every day


Delayed planes. Running thru customs. Last row on the plane. No car service waiting. Happy taxi driver. Hot shower. Jammies.
Whew.

I started the drawing below on my trip up to PEI - just got thinking about flying fish and felt that they needed some structure. I swear it had nothing to do with a plane landing in the water.


Not so sure about this one, I don't like this animal too well. Maybe it's the lips. Maybe it's not finished.

Glad to be home on a cold night, all warm and cozy and thankful.

9 comments:

Cris, Artist in Oregon said...

I love the flying fish plane drawings. How timely. I think that plane did swim Friday. You should send this to the company who owns that plane. :)) What do you do that you travel so much?
Word verification..Berware.. hmmm. :)

Debra Kay said...

Glad you didn't end up in the river or stuck in a blizzard.

Teri C said...

I like the zentangle face. Your art is certainly reflecting your life!

Be warm and rest.

Lynn said...

I too am glad you were not on that plane that was so luckily and expertly glided into the Hudson!
Your fish are timely nonetheless.
Welcome home to your comfy surroundings. I hope you get a restful but creative weekend.

studio lolo said...

I thought of two people when I saw the plane crash. You and my niece who both travel a lot. (although I knew neither of you were going to VA.)
I'm glad you're home safe and warm and cozy as a posey!

I love the face and agree it looks Zentangle-ish. That eleman is funky! Or is it an eleguy...or a manaphant? Try the tail hanging down and carried lower maybe? I like him though. He kinda grows on you ;) Oh wait...is it a girl? A womaphant? An elliegirlie?

I'll say goodnight now :)
Sleep tight.

Don't let the elephants bite.

Oh, sorry! I'm leaving now.

Mim said...

Lolo - what funny names for that strange creature - maybe I'll like the animal better if I name it. Yes...that landing in the water was a miracle and I'm so glad everyone was OK. What an experience! Cris - I'm not sure if US air would appreciate it...but at least my friends do.

differenceayearmakes said...

Ha, I love the fish flights! And it is wonderful that you are taking the opportunity to be creative wherever you are.

Lisa at Greenbow said...

I am glad you are home safe and warm. Your efforts are interesting. It keeps the creative juices flowing trying to CED.

sukipoet said...

glad you are home safe and sound and dry. Elephant too skinny?