Well, it shows an important difference between this drawing and new jobs. I look like your language, now, is more cryptic, but more plastic, however the art is changing, otherwise it would not be art, as is an internal expression of each human being. change for progress!
I do not know if I have virtue, I do not know if I have poetry ... but wine, I have!
more of you older drawings please!
I agree, love the trousers and the shoes!
@roberto: thanks for your analytical words. Sometimes I really don't now. There are so many ways to go....This was drawn in my "pencil period" last year. Change for progress, you say. But it could be also decline or retrogression. Maybe time will show. But I like to explore new stuff....Enjoy your glas of wine!!@Eva: oh Eva, thank you so much for your appreciation!
@ Nelleke: thanks ! Maybe I will start new clothing line "artichoke" !!
oh you know what, i trust you.some more wine here, please!!!!
hello?where are you going???dont forget: save water drink wine!
so you love talking about nothing, me i love talking about my Love when i get drunk.xD
I'll drink (& also draw, & otherwise intoxicate myself) to that!The surrealistic figure fits the quote beautifully.
Hooo... you had me at "One should always get drunk". Hehehe Really love this idea!! and I am with Roberto on this one: not sure if I have virtue, or if I have poetry, but red wine? Always, always.
Thanks all of you, ladies! All your comments are appreciated! We all agree about drinking red wine. Great. I have got some good red wine. You are invited!!:D
is that what he's really wearing, or is that how he sees himself once he's sipped the remedy therein..?nice flow to the whole piece, and interesting to see part of your matrix...where else did you come from?
@Richard: Well, I hope you have not seen too much of my matrix :D .....and no, I do not wear such beautiful pattern dress ! We , however, in Artisjokkistan, wear also pretty daring clothes! I have to admit as student I read some Charles Baudelaire's stuff and I was quit fascinated by his work and his "Bohemian" life. I found inspiration for this drawing in one of his poems.