Friday, May 21, 2010

Ritual with Rabbits

What is going on here? You tell me.

I'm doing some posting ahead this weekend, the next post here will be on Monday, other posts during my away time will be on dates when I think I'' ll have some time to visit your blogs and post comments here.

15 comments:

Lorenzo — Alchemist's Pillow said...

Happy trails to you, Susan. Hope there is no volcanic upending of travel plans.

Charles Gramlich said...

Looks like the alien spaceship is laying blue fuzzy eggs.

Shayna Prentice said...

Do the rabbits have anything to do with the folks over at Moose Lodge? ~.~ Enjoy your upcoming adventure, Susan!

ArtSparker said...

Charles- could be tribbles.


Hmmm, tribbles...triffids.

Titus said...

Masonic hat = nothing good.
Then again, marriage is another dimension.
It's life, but not as we know it...

Cláudia said...

A marriage strangely framed by you. I am completely at lost here.

The rabbit, the magician hat - what do they have in common with a marriage?

Oh!Hold on - I may have seen something here(points de suspension)

Eva said...

The bride uses an intricate framing (she asked for extra special care about drawing all the details) to hide from the peeping community, that's what's happening. Followed by things that may not be mentioned in public.

ArtSparker said...

Cláudia- Maybe these pieces, with the rabbit heads, the weird shape, and those prickly things, are kind of my cubism, I'm imposing things on other things in an abstract way, just playing but not really saying anything.

Titus- the bit at the top is cut out from a membership certificate for the "High Twelve Intenational Club. Oh, just googled them - they are Masonic - how could you tell from that tiny bit?

Titus said...

Esoterica a speciality?
Nah, the thing that looks like a capital "A" had to be compasses.

ArtSparker said...

Titus- No , it's the "A" in "international". But you still nailed it...

Totalfeckineejit said...

What's going on? I know. I could tell you.But, I'd have to kill you.

Cláudia said...

Rabbits? No, Habits!

ArtSparker said...

C- Robert Graves wrote this immortal piece of doggerel:

He found a formula for drawing comic rabbits,
This formula for drawing comic rabbits paid;
So in the end he could not change the tragic habits
This formula for drawing comic rabbits made.

Cláudia said...

Oh, that's amusing!

Although it's mainly about sounds, I love to think about the meaning of someone finding a formula for drawing comic rabbits. And, in the end, such an achievement ended up in tragedy - wow, lovely fiction here!

Kaetlyn Wilcox said...

One thing about this series that fascinates me is the way that the drawing so completely shifts my focus, from the specific people captured in the image, to the type of domestic photograph you have altered. This one, in its obscurity, does this exceptionally well for me. Especially the way that certain details are framed, and the ways you've played with the symmetry of the scene. And then, of course, there's that whole rabbity idea of going forth and multiplying;) Fantastic as always!