I have been busy with friends, family, and my ex-art demands. I think the intensity of those demands is almost over. At least I believe the next few weeks will be quite a bit more clear in terms of my flexible time. One never knows, but I am strongly looking foward to sustained, dedicated time in the studio.
Today's post-title refers to a sculpture that graces the land adjacent to I-89 near Randolph, Vermont. I did not consciously think of this whale's tale sculpture, which sticks out of the ground like a cross. But here it is! There is resemblance, though the drawing posted here, from two day's ago, is obviously more complex than the simple form of the end of a whale. I am open to discovery ― this is drawing about query. How do I make interesting compositions that reflect my intuitive and emotional life?
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