Tuesday, February 19, 2008


"same.egrets"

Another egret study on day without time to do much other than http://www.work/ (a stutter enabled website).

I did post another study in Yesterday.....sampled Dutch geese soaring for blog.friend.

Go to serene Northern California and what wonders Sue does with my little Paint squares....simply gorgeous magical work.

Okay, nose to the grindstone, again....chow.

Postscript - I changed my name to John - no copyright stuff. See, I can roll over and play dead, no? Great news from Holland - check it out.

10 comments:

Lisa Sarsfield said...

It's to late to roll over and play dead John. Nice try though.

I like what you have done to the egret,it invites the eye to read it box by box...a bit like a cartoon strip only much more tasteful.
Happy work day to you...

The Artful Eye said...

I see dead mice.. man you're under a lot of pressure from your peers.

ditching the copyright stuff, much better if I can pitch my 2cents.

All the best, Andrea

Neda said...

Mickey Mouse..?

Yes! No JJMMMCOPYwhatever! Watch out, you might actually be loosening up!

Seriously though, I am so glad that the news are good. I am loving this little community...very very strange how the world works.

You are a good guy, John.

Kim said...

John takeaway the copyright stuff....
I see dead mice too !!!
The egret is a symbolistic metaphor for the regrets of the world.....
http://www.work/ (a stutter enabled website).
hey dude ...that's so cool :)

Kris Cahill said...

John, why do I keep imagining Jerry Lewis saying, "La la la, nice ladies"?

Oh yes, nice work. Dead mice? I am telling you these egrets have some energy! They are awesome. La la la...

Rima said...

duuuuude!!!!

Sue O'Kieffe said...

i like seeing the natural marsh colors and hints of spring peeking through this winter scape...and those egrets are a force to be contended with...better than cats for micing, me thinks...

hey john, however you are is just fine with me...

Bev said...

These are the egrets in their marshland, though in an earlier picture I thought it was a field. Quite an existential egret, you can make it stand for anything. I like the solitary silhoette against it's marshy complex beautiful world - like all of us, really; we stand alone.

John said...

Thank you everyone - honestly I am thrilled to get your feedback. All kidding aside I am here to share art. No La la la la la, hardly ever.

Mice are not nice.

Bobbie said...

I love the collaboration between you and Sue. The work coming out from it is just fantastic. It is exciting and fun to watch. Keep the peanut butter out, you are going to need it.