Café Crem

Art, Music and Words around The Coffee Table

Wally on The Rocks…


‘… and this is me in action!

(2007 –  France, La Bretagne)

by Miki


January 28, 2009 - Posted by | Art, personal, photo, travel, women | , , ,


  1. That sounds like a name for a cocktail…
    I have to admit I get vertigo just looking at this; what were you actually drawing at the time? I’d have been digging my fingernails into the rock just to make sure I didn’t fly off into space. I’m not as bad as I used to be but I still don’t like heights..

    Comment by viv66 | January 28, 2009

  2. Ah, but its not heights that kill you…its the floor that does that…so be afraid of floors! I think Miki’s doing the shopping list on that photo, I seem to remember we were running out of cassoulette! 🙂

    Comment by kevmoore | January 28, 2009

  3. I don’t like heights either, but just because I want to jump down and Kevin does not let me!

    “Cassoulette”? I hope that a lot of French people will find your comment, Kevin, we will have good fun here! it looks incredibly funny to me as you spelled it…

    If I remember well, and I guess I had not much choice here, I was drawing some rock formations…

    Comment by Miki | January 28, 2009

  4. Et moi je voudrais bien voir ce que tu dessinais là 😉

    Comment by reinedespommes | January 29, 2009

  5. Bonjour reinedespommes! Moi aussi! Miki n’avait pas de peur, n’est pas? Elle est “Super-Miki”!

    Comment by viv66 | January 29, 2009

  6. Girls Girls Girls!… I am just in singing mood.. and Kevin almost got the gig with Sailor to sing this song some months ago…

    Je dois vous décevoir cette fois-ci, mais bien que Super-Miki, je serais incapable de vous montrer ce que je dessinais la! C’était apparemment sur un petit livre d’esquisses, et j’en ai beaucoup chez moi, ici et à Albir aussi, sans étiquettes dessus… et à ce moment-là je ne mettais pas encore mes esquisses de voyage sur ordinateur…

    Comment by Miki | January 29, 2009

  7. Oh quelle dommage!
    I had to look up a word of two there, so Super-Miki has her revenge for me making her look up words.
    So now I know what the French for sketches is now! I am enriched!

    Comment by viv66 | January 29, 2009

  8. This revenge is sweet Viv…
    Personally I love to learn new words, I always loved languages, all of them. Juts when one reads Poetry, especially poetry, it is very frustrating when one has to search for many words. It is as taking the poem in pieces, and it is not always easy to put the pieces back afterwards. This is much easier by normal texts or even novels, as the density of meaning per word is not as high there as in poetry.
    I really wished I could one day know English so well that I could express myself the way I need it. But I have not big hope…
    I wished I could write again… so sad about that…

    Comment by Miki | January 29, 2009

  9. Hey just wondering do you like the solidtude while Kev likes the stage or is their a duality inside we are conscious of in one moment while in the same moment we are not. Can you take the solitude and the gallery for example and balance them or is their a longing in one direction more than the other? Are you even aware of this duality of the co-existence of solitude and rock star painter in the gallery with people at the same time, but only conscious inside of one or the other?

    Comment by Michael | January 30, 2009

  10. @ Viv66 : oh oui Miki est super !

    @ Kevin : hummm cassoulette ! délicious ;-)but it’s not in north west you can find the best !

    @ Miki : face à la mer… un bâteau peut être ? ou une sirène !

    Comment by reinedespommes | January 30, 2009

  11. @Pomme
    … ou le monstre du Lochness?
    J’adore entendre ton rire résonner dans mon cher Cafe Crem!

    Very good questions… and the answers are very clear.
    Concerning Kevin and me, we often speak about it, how funny this dulaity is. Yes he likes his stage. Yes, I hate my stage. Most of the time to hate my stage will mean “solitude) as a logical resut, but it does not mean that I love solitude. I am unfortunately ver difficult to please, and in 99,99% of the cases I prefer to be alone than with people who bore me, this is why it always looks like as if I love solitude. Concerning the stage itself: I love to make things happen and to make people react and get enthusiastic, of course even about myself, but I prefer to stay in the background for it.
    To be officially and visually in the centre of attention makes me feel very “unfree”, this is the reason why i don’t like stage.
    For me:

    This all means that there is not really a duality in me about this point…
    I am conscious that alot of my activities and necessities to feel alive automatically bring me to a kind of stage, and Kevin laughs a lot when I am complaining about it.
    In the meanwhile I have a good solution: as far as possible I “use” Kevin to go on stage for me!!!!
    And Kevin is REALLY a stage man. He is incredible there, and also with things like interviews.

    By the way Michael, nowadays ones uses the word “duality” where one said “contradiction” in the past. I am glad about that. people always told me that I full of contradictions, and I never felt it like that although I really know what they mean. Dualities is a far better word, a mirror of nature itself, and it is normal that we are formed along this “rule”… but even this is more complicated…

    Comment by Miki | January 30, 2009

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