Wednesday, April 04, 2007

Waystation


Waystation
Charcoal, Graphite; 3 1/2" x 5 1/2"

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6 comments:

Brothergrimm said...

Wow, to be able to punch a clock at such a remote place would be heaven...

Parnilla said...

This piece reminds me of what many of us desire to experience...That feeling of being somewhere in a far off place,surrounded by nothing but our thoughts and dreams,comforted by
the knowledge of an unlimited stay...
(c;

Mark Reep said...

There's something nearly universal, I think, about the appeal of quiet, solitary places. For me, at least, they never seem to get old.

In another time, I'd have liked to have been a lightkeeper. At least, for a while, until I ran out of drawing supplies, and books... :)

Tom Kidd said...

I see you've built my future studio . . . and exactly where I want it to be. Thank you.

I enjoyed your "At Hall the of Records" story as well. It's a nice little sketch of the bureaucratic frustration we've all been through.

Scott Altmann said...

Found my way here through Mr. Kidd's links - and I am very happy I did. Gorgeous technique and vision you have sir - I'll be checking back for more .

Mark Reep said...

The 'Hall of Records' piece was fun.
A visit to their Archives seems likely soon.

Scott, welcome, and thanks very much.
I'll be checking out your blog shortly.