Portfolio: works on paper

Window

my heart

Sarah

crowopera1a

Journey

VIII

Aurora

Aurora

fenetre2za

fenetre

Voyage

entry

Azaïs

pierced

¨

Inconnu

Cashio

Detail from 'Crow Sonnet'

Opera

Opera

swoonclr

gothicbeetle

crowcoeur

crowpalm4crop

coeurcrowa

crowlettera

crowbotanicaltext1a

buddhahanda

4 Comments

  1. Derek Hodkin said,

    Hey I am becomming more and more interested . . .I very much enjoy the first two – Window & Inconnu and the toujours venu (black crow bottom right too . . . I looked again at that Manuel Boix . . also interesting. Has it taken me so long to ‘discover’ other forms of art?!! Anyway hope all is well. ‘The last of our American friends’ leave tomorrow . . as in Anne Subercaseaux and Nancy Norton went today . . .I am just going to have to speak only in French from here on!!
    a bientot – on here anyway . .

    Derek

  2. blue-eyed crow said,

    And you are in the next country over from Manuel Boix! I love his recent series. I keep forgetting to load more pictures in to my portfolio, hopefully you will like some of the new ones too. And I think English is a summer language where you live. 🙂

  3. Elizabeth said,

    The sea picture with the shades of blue and the serene swan is beautiful (beauty is important to me), as is the work- in -progress poem – like we all are – changing, creating, evolving. It is lovely blend of reality and promise.
    The variety of your work is exciting – does it come all at once in blinding flashes or does it start with a small idea that grows as it is being created.
    It is good that you are sharing your artistic talent with the world.

  4. blue-eyed crow said,

    Thank you, actually it is a pelican, the poem is one of Walt Whitman’s (in his hand). I usually start with one idea and end up with something completely different.

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