Monday, June 03, 2013

one exhausted chick

chick Almost daily I walk out of the studio to find one of Max and Miles' toys prostrate on the ground (or as in the case of this chick, staring blankly in the sky) as if wondering 'what am I in for next?'  Can't say that I don't identify with them most days :)


7 comments:

ann @ studiohyde said...

Oh poor little chick, I feel so sorry for him lying there, abandoned, alone, lost, no one cares!! -I'm getting carried away here :) That's the power of a great painting. I see you putting together a story of all the abandoned toys in your house! lol.

alarmcat said...

i have a new respect for toys every since i saw the pixar short: http://www.pixar.com/short_films/Theatrical-Shorts/Tin-Toy.

remember that one?

Katherine Thomas said...

Oh my gosh, this is a delightful painting! That's so creative and unique that you saw the potential for a painting in that little chick! A whole series of strewn toys would be awesome too!

martinealison said...

Bonjour,

Comme je comprends votre ressentiment !!!
L'image de votre adorable dessin va me poursuivre encore aujourd'hui !... Je pense que je vais souvent penser à vous à chaque fois !
Gros bisous à vous.

Susanne said...

Hey! I have this chick (for no specific reason it's lying in our fruit bowl). I'm gonna take a picture and post it on my blog: grlzonwheels.blogspot.com. Nice drawing, small world.

Alissa Duke said...

brilliant !

Jennifer Edwards said...

Hang in there Susanne! Being a mom to twin boys is enough to exhaust anyone, much less the amazing pursuit of your artistic dreams! I hope you (and Edgar) can let yourselves rest some. Love, love the drawing of this chick!