Saturday, May 14, 2005


'Wish Area' Posted by Hello Using a take-off on the wisteria, utilized the idea of what it was which was and/or still wished for as measures of importance to me..... using the floral as the means of having the past in shade, established the lost desires from my youth, when played Tarzan for three years at a summer camp - hence the loincloth around the knife handle - a life loved but in the past, never to be able to be again.... the manuscript is in the light - something being done and wished to be eventually...... the recorder is half in, half out in the shade - something of playing music still is wanted, and is yet a possibility..... the ring is another like that - memories of in the past, yet a willingness to have that again, a marriage.... the lotto ticket - the ultimate in wishfulness, and the least likely to come to being, as the bending of it into deep shadow...... the issue of art - well, the work itself is real, so there is no need of wishing, as it is an actual....... there was only one other item which should have been added - a newspaper clipping of the shuttle going up.......

1 comment:

GaGerry said...

You speak to the meaning of the drawing. That is fine. But what is a viewer, unaware of your, the artist's, background, going to take from it? What can he take from it given only that composition? Frankly I dont see what you explained.