posted by andrea at 6:53 PM
Fabulous - and synchronous too - Jim spotted our first shiny green beetle of the year yesterday!
Your drawings on black paper are so wonderfully textural. They look like embroidery! Both pieces are lovely... now, what movie did you watch?
I like them both.How was the movie?
They're both striking and I love those deep frames. And yes, please tell, what movie?
The movie was the obscure The Hawk Is Dying with Paul Giamatti. http://www.apple.com/trailers/independent/thehawkisdying/It was fascinating, disturbing, a refreshingly un-Hollywood drama, but had some problems.
Hope your Saturday night date was hot. What, pray tell, prompted scarab beetles as a subject?Be well.
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Love the scarabs!!
The Eye of Horus as border and the corner ankhs tie it together nicely.
Andrea, these two make a fabulous pairing. Weren't scarabs significant to the ancient Egyptians? I am drawn to Egyptian symbology.And now I want to look up The Hawk is Dying on netflix.
Your art inspires me to find out what is really deep inside me, you know my primal side...I just wish it would come out as wonderful as yours does. Just wanting to drop by and say hey, I hope all is well in your world. Big Love. :)
WOW those look fab framed!
Those are really cool...and I will spare you my corny scarab puns because it's Monday.I have been staying up late over the last 3 nights watching Flicks; 'The Other Boleyn Girl', Yes 'Stardust', Yes& 'Cloverfield'. YesDid you like Giamatti as the bad (boo hiss) guy in 'Shoot Em Up'? oops now I can't stop visualizing Monica Bellucci's lips..*sigh
love these!it's only another week or two before I'm able to hang the ones I got from you! Kitchen is almost done.
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