Friday, January 25, 2008

Looking



She was all alone and quite vocal at her small table.



14 comments:

bobbie said...

I enjoy your drawings and the comments that go with them so very much. You use them in the same way I would like to use my camera, and in the way my daughter uses poetry. You have such talent.

T.R. said...

Fantastic post. Was the postal worker alone? I enjoyed the wall of wine bottles - that must have taken hours to execute -- an absolute marvel. Some very interesting observations - you attention to detail is so rich as well as capturing a physical moment - you're a genius, I've decided.

Suzy said...

Oh my gosh, you were spying on me and Ed?

Marlena D. said...

Crayons! What a fun post. You captured the feel of each little universe so well. Great use of color in the last one. PS: Wear your hat, even though you hate hats. I heard you guys are in a deep freeze.

Lana Gramlich said...

I love the colors you use. You really "animated" the postal woman. Good job!

Dr. Monkey Von Monkerstein said...

I love how it feels like I know these people after you introduce them to us via your drawings.

Selma said...

I also love the wall of wine - that should get some kind of prize. Your attention to detail is staggering - I love the nail polish on the postal worker and the coats on the back of the chairs in the first picture. You are amazing!

Blueberry said...

It's nice how you illustrated people finding enjoyment in such very different things, and expressing it so differently.

Marianne said...

Love love love the wine bottles! Hope you are keeping warm! :)

mon@rch said...

Thanks for always having such entertaining post and love seeing what you are able to come up with next! Thanks for sharing these moments with us!

kate smudges said...

Your comment about Glenn Gould cracked me up. I like the way you are using more colour. It adds to the richness of your drawings.

Pam said...

I would have loved to go to the wine bar with you and watch you draw.

bobbie said...

Thank you for your comment on my blog. As we go through life we do find many things we like to call coincidence. I call it fate. It is somehow comforting to know there is someone else out there experiencing things similar to one's own life.

Weeping Sore said...

Reading your posts has become part of my morning coffee routine. I can never decide whether I enjoy your pictures or your words more. You have an amazing eye, and seeing what you see is always a pleasure.