Over the course of the holidays in December, I found myself in front of the drawing table with a little free time on my hands. How, you may well ask, do I like to relax and spend my free time? Why drawing of course!
One never knows what images might be revealed by rubbing graphite over paper late at night. These drawings all grew from small suggesting scribbles on the page, some even grew larger than the pages themselves! As each drawing evolved and changed, they began to tell their own stories. Silently, in snippets and half-thoughts, through partial dreams and poetic flights of imagination, characters were slowly revealed, stages were set, questions were raised, and conclusions, well conclusions are best drawn by you dear reader. Enjoy.
The first sketch, is called “Feeding Her Muse.”
The next sketch takes place on a blustery full moon night, where letting go of ones creation may just lead to something far more magical:
Here is a sketch of longing, and of things we hold dear:
And lastly, a sketch that tells a tale of intrepid daring, of dark nights and goggles:
Happy New Year to you all, thank you so much for reading along here on the blog. I wish you all a healthy and prosperous New Year!