Friday, August 20, 2010

Let the Dog Drive?

Above, Hope

LED sign on the Golden Gate Bridge:


I finished the piece with the children, some more drawn lines, then taking the lines out of the moths and cropping it. Still not one of my favorites.


California Girl said...

whoa! just what you want to find: tips for idiot drivers on the bridge.

love the flower drawing.

Totalfeckineejit said...

Hope springs eternal And so does it's handbag.

Hands free driving is all the rage here ,along with blindfolds, 10 pints, and backwards up the motorway.

I once drove a tiny little Daihatsu van that had the engine under the seat.To access the engine there was a clip releasing the seat which could then be tipped backwards.

Once, after servicing, the mechanic forgot to secure the clip and at 30 mph I rummaged in my pocket for change and leaning hard back into the seat tipped it right back and over , my other hand slipped from the steering wheel and I ended upside down in the back of the van.Fortunately I had a passenger who grabbed the steering wheel as we slowed to a halt.

ArtSparker said...

TFE-I am sure there is a lesson there. Not sure exactly what.

Charles Gramlich said...

When she smiled
her face a flower

Tom said...

how's that law working out? i do like the eye peeping thru the flower

ArtSparker said...

Charles, that's lovely.

Tom, Wheeeeeeeeeeeeeee!

Totalfeckineejit said...

Could it be 'Don't drive Daihatsu'?

Anonymous said...

Hands free and legs free- just like a kid on a bike!

ArtSparker said...

Don - that's life in California, hedonism to the point of mania/

roberto said...

Hi Susan. I must confess that your art, sometimes leaves me without a word. Yesterday, for example, came and saw Moment of truth. and did not know what to say. Today as I see it again, I would have said: that is a very powerful image. especially the eye that sees. is as if he was watching me as if I were guilty of something.
And if you give me some time, I can tell you some of this new post. Anyway, I'm always very attracted by these images.

Titus said...

Fantastic! The handbag, the flower, the blue, the legend Des Moines and most of all, that overgrown and obfuscated word. So much to ponder.

Anonymous said...

All of these pieces are great...this one is one of my favorites.