I sat down for 5 hours with a piece of plywood today. While I sat several cameras captured the passing moments. With which I am planning another time-lapse video project. I had done the pencil work for this over the last few weeks. My recent trip to Hawk Hill in Marin County, CA. inspired me further to make this project come about. Today with a free afternoon and all my laundry done, I sat down to bring the myth to the page.
Robert Hunter’s lyrics for the Grateful Dead are a deep well of inspiration for so many.
Myself thoroughly included.
I found this drawing in a cardboard tube in the bottom of my closet. I made it in April of 2012. This was among my earlier attempts at a bird in flight. While resembling a kite/squid/cartoon sort of bird. This drawing makes me smile to look at it.
It was with those drawings I made in the spring of 2012, that I discovered I had the ability to combat anxiety and depression with this powerful weapon of peace.
Thanks for stopping by and reading.
I had this drawn out in pencil for the last few months. I finally got back to it and made some changes and added color.
I’ve been sitting on this one for a few months. I made it as a gift to my two wonderful friends who were recently married. I had been wanting to make a landscape on plywood for some time. My friends home state was a great inspiration. Modeled after the Flatirons near Boulder, CO. and a bit of the Red rocks.
Running through pages in my notebook, and in the back of my head. Leads me to one thought.
A thank you to those who picked me up when I fell, and to those that fell with me when we climbed too high.
And a thank you to everybody who has stopped by here and read my nonsense.