Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Daily Drawing

The winter has returned to us in the form of excruciating blue skies, plummeted temperatures, and a thick diamond sparkling of hoar frost on the ground.  We went out to the Blind River Rapids trail this afternoon and caught the sun on its way down at about 3:30.
As I mentioned last post, my art-making is curtailed to the sketchbook and the camera right now, but I have a plethora of projects steeping in my mind, ready to start in a new space in a new place next month.  I feel a bit like this drawing which showed up a couple of nights ago:
"Free-fall" - pigma pen and prismacolor pencil in 5x7 Moleskine


  1. I have a feeling though, that the gorgeous flower parachute will set her down safe and sound. Love your work these days. Her blue hair is something! Red and white striped element reminds me of the poles used to navigate boats in Venice. *hugs* Norma, x

  2. fascinating drawing - I see shelter but at the same time I see maybe uneasy feelings.
    this red and white tape/bound and strange flowers... I like it a lot!
    x Stefanie

  3. I love that drawing! Have you found your next nesting spot, then? And I guess the MMDJ is now history. I'm so glad for you. Sending love and hugs!

  4. plethora is a beautiful word :) x

  5. I see moving in your future.....
    It's interesting how light the feeling is at first glance but upon a closer look a touch of uneasiness.
    xo Carole

  6. Love the drawing Sus! has a great feeling around it- surrender with a little apprehension but joy above all :)
    And wow the photo- !!

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    1. i'm sure you'll manage, albeit moving out and in does put the strainers on, i guess. good luck with it all. any adventure will be the right adventure. any advance will be the right one... n♥

  8. i love that photograph, the frosty walkway. wonderful!

    fun piece of art too, the colors and playfulness of lines and designs, makes me feel that the landing will be just fine.

  9. I can see how your state of mind would be like the drawing... happy landing, Sus!


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