THis is soooo true! I love this kind of sketch which distorts proportions. There’s always some kind of Truth that comes out when you draw like that. I have a really hard time doing it on purpose (although I’ve tried) so maybe a dark mood is an ally.
I see things like this when I have a migraine or a fever. Watching your own feet stretch away into the distance is a weird feeling; shame I could never draw it! Amazing sketch, Miki!
Comment by viv66 |
April 20, 2009
Well for someone who is sad you sure can express in your painting another feeling. It made me laugh when I looked at it. Reminded me of the distortions Picasso played around with and I read in several biographies he was always angry.
Café Crem was created by Miki and Kev Moore in 2007 with the intention of gathering like-minded artists, writers and musicians together around the coffee table to discuss and share thoughts, ideas, art, etc.
This initial desire has surpassed our wildest dreams with a myriad of collaborations taking place between the various members, creating pieces of work that simply would not exist without Café Crem.
Have a wander though in our different rooms:
“Cafe Literati”, the Literary Room
“Café L’Arte”, the Art Gallery
“Ca’ Puccini”, the Music Studio
and, last but not least,
“The MiniBar”, our creative space for our kids and teens!
You are all welcome.
Contact Miki at email@example.com if you want to participate!