Title – Scathing Microcosms
Medium – ink on acid free paper
Artist’s Statement – Angry Pepsi Cigarettes Machine
During the course of composing this post Iâ€™ve come to realize that all these thoughts and ideas of mine are not out of the ordinary. Maybe in smaller microcosms of human life they could be. I think about this like-mind thing that gets lots of press-time in the blogosphere. It has truly intrigued me. I am not aloneâ€¦ Repeat 1000 times.
To you Mr. Angry, your anger inspires me. If you can create while angry and be happy, I can too. I mustered up all the courage I had last night and drew a picture under the influence of anger. I smile now, but last night just like when writing this article tonight, Iâ€™m starting to see, what it is, that flares or fans the anger within me.
This has been a release post – this had to be right brain driven, because I know my left brain would say â€œJessica, no you canâ€™t.â€
But I did.
Well it has been a while since publishing Angry Banking Snowball Poof. This is the afore quoted angry sketch drawn that fateful eve in late November 2006.
Good rid ens PEPSI!
On February 7th I secretly began drinking one can of Pepsi a day.
Today, one month later I am about
10 15 pounds lighter.
2L of Pepsi a day isn’t so PEP, si – eh?
Title – Puzzled Stiletto Shoe
Medium – Ink on Fabriano Paper with some colour added in Photoshop
Artist’s Statement from EastVanEsica
Stare at the
flower staring @
at the cactus
on the shoe
Update – This drawing initially lead to the creation of another drawing which I posted to the Blog Herald, entitled Echo Chamber Drawing. Bloggers in particular will get a kick out of it. 😉 Myself, I do not enjoy reading the same topic over and over again on many blogs unless the blogger has added her own voice and opinion to the topic and/or includes some new found facts. The happy face and cacti have been carried over that drawing.
Hopper 7 (left)
Black ink on handmade paper
Artists Statement –
Pepsi stained and all.
Hopper 8 (right)
Red and black ink on handmade paper
Artists Statement –
A full glass of pepsi did indeed fall on this miniature journal. I like the effect it left on many of the pages within. Sometimes accidents, have a creative purpose afterall.
Drawn using a Pilot G-tec C4 pen onto acid free paper from my journal and photographed on deck.
I spent some time yesterday cleaning up the deck, sweeping the remnants of life into piles of debris. Twigs, dead flowers, cotten tie strings and leaves had found their way down to the deck for the winter. The remaining plants still in pots are hanging on as long as they can until the first frost causes them to wilt, then fall to ground or deck only to be swept away by wind or broom again.
Portrait of the Addict a couple a’ years ago.