Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Transportation



Life has a bit more irony than I would prefer. I’m thinking things should be fixed to their proper place, but they have a way being uprooted and moved about, sometime haphazardly. Although, a sequence of unseen events does often add an interesting twist to life. The crow is free to move about where he may like; not even bound by gravity, yet chooses to rests on the arm of the scarecrow who, secured in his spot, is suddenly propelled forward by the wind. Or is the wind just enough force to convince the scarecrow to propel himself forward? Maybe the scarecrow is the only one to know.

I wish it was a little windier in my studio today.

7 comments:

Vicki Smith said...

What a great drawing!

k.h.whitaker said...

beautiful

Jack Foster said...

Hey Anne! Nice line work. Love the wind effect. You nailed it perfectly!

The Happy Whisk said...

Hi Anne. Found your page today along with a few other great art blogs. I'm joining this one now. So nice to meet you. I'm Ivy and I'll be back to see what you're up to.

Curious Art said...

I know the feeling-- when you want to stay still, you have to move, & when you're restless, you're stuck in one place. Very nicely drawn & I wish you a breath of fresh air!

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