You are Kandinsky reborn, my friend, with just a tough of Picasso's blue period thrown in.
Excuse me, I meant 'touch'.
I think there is a touch of Joan Miro with Picassos rose period!
@ Ted and Rod: And I think there is a touch of Artichoke in his dry-point period! :DThanks, gentlemen's, for expressing profound truths ! You made my day!!
I love your interpretation of the topic and your picture is incredibly brilliant (Kee, Picasso and two drops of lemon juice). [Just the typeface … well, not my taste anyway.]
@ deer prudence: I appreciate your comment, thanks! And you are right about the typeface. (Neither I am satisfied about it)
Hey Art, well I am so impressed by your skill at suggestion. You suggest so well, you tease us with instruments that morph into human beings. I never thought od musical instruments as part of our subconsciousness, but of course they are, the beating of our mother;s heart belongs with the smell of fire and the warm cosiness of a womb like cave, protection against the snow and ice and scary things like, like, shakesperean actors :)
Dear Music,thank you for being there when nobody else was.
so sorry i missed your posts!how are you by the way?hope you are fine...
@andrew and IP : thanks!!!