Sunday, February 28, 2010

Q

A little intermission, more Alice tomorrow.

I've been looking at the work at Half Moose with a Twist for awhile, and suspect that some of my recent drawings have been influenced by the efflorescence of the drawings there.

I have questions, but no answers, about this post on Drobtinice.

Just looked, and I have a paper emissary from Where's George. If you are in the continental U.S., let me know and I'll send it on to you - first claimer gets it.

15 comments:

Sarah said...

I am looking forward to Alice in Wonderland month here! I see what you mean about that photo of me and the doll-interesting! I think often photos of dolls can be quite creepy.

Susan at Stony River said...

Oh boy -- what a perfect portrait that could be of my son LOL!

Great Q.

Cláudia said...

Gorgeous florid question mark!

I see a bay inside the question mark - maybe it is a sort of VIP (or VIQ?) room where old answered questions can quarrel among themselves with some privacy.

Tom said...

hmmm. i wish i could get a better view of that monster question mark..it is enigmatic!

ArtSparker said...

Heh, Cláudia, that makes me think of Monty Python's paying for an argument routine.

tony said...

Have A Fine Day Susan.I will be catching Up on everything here next week x

lettuce said...

querulous and quizzical?

Cláudia said...

I know very little about Monty Python, so I googled it and found Monty Python's argument clinic. The video is one of the funniest I have ever seen. Thank you once more for enlarging my culture references knowledge in the English Language!

ArtSparker said...

C - I am glad you have found the "Deep Stuff" which is Monty Python. My opinion is that Thalia, the muse of comedy, deserves more respect than she gets.

ArtSparker said...

Tom - I strongly suspect that I may be influenced by some of your work in these efflorescent pieces, and I'm going to go link to you RIGHT NOW.

Cláudia said...

More flower related subject:

"Thalia was a rustic goddess, one of the three Graces, and the Muse of comedy and idyllic poetry. In this context, her name means “flourishing,” because the praises in her songs flourish through time."

(From Wikipedia)

ArtSparker said...

C - having a Twilight Zone moment here...

The Crow said...

I've recently 'discovered' Zendoodling or Zentangles. They're everywhere, and remind me of unraveling fabrics or tangled masses of strings.

Your art is such a pleasure to view.

Totalfeckineejit said...

A: Love the detail in the questo mark.

rosedale's 4head said...

wow, that blurb is a big one. can it really contain the question mark--which is quite crafty? and pertinent to me now...having to dissect and write a report on medieval burial sites at Edix Hill...