Friday, November 6, 2009

"Sometimes..."

...the thoughts and patterns
which bounce and rebound haphazardly about in my brain
during the wee hours of the morning
crystallize...
and magically transform themselves
into a solid piece of art.
Other times...
they blur...one into the other...
disconnected and overlapping...almost zentangled-like
in a wild attempt to become
something...anything.

Illustration Friday: "Blur"

"Sometimes in our confusion,
we see not the world as it is,
but the world though eyes blurred by the mind."
~Author Unknown

16 comments:

soulbrush said...

what a fabulous piece of art for IF, so you joining this too with me? yahooooo.

Jules said...

Oooh Margaret, you've been peeking in my kitchen at me this morning!!!
I LOVE this!

Lisa at Greenbow said...

The eyes have it. Much of life is a blur. First you see it then you don't. Wonderful IF.

Vicki Holdwick said...

Wow!

I really like this,

xoxo

freebird said...

I love seeing this. I always see your nice, neat beautiful drawings and now I can see where they come from. Great take on the blur theme.

The Gypsy said...

wow .. you have blurs like the rest of us??!! :-)
Thanks for sharing this.
Hugs

studio lolo said...

Was this also migraine induced?

I love the wild ramblings that come out of your head ;)

WATERBABY CHRISTINE said...

A lot of energy going on here! You must be feeling better!

Teri C said...

I am sure your brain looks like this with all those fabulous patterns vying to get out into the world and share their beauty.

Love this image.

Caroline said...

What a good idea!! Well, lots of good ideas really!

Alex said...

Random things are the greatest! :) great composition

yoon see said...

Happy Cactus Monday Margaret!
I love the colours that you used here and the beautiful yet mysterious night is made more beautiful by the quote that you have included:)

Lynn said...

a lovely blur of parts here...I do love all the quotes you find as well.

Kellys Art Journaling/ Sharing The Journey said...

I like this alot. It is so different from what you normally work on. It shows that there is so much in your brain and it's like a brainstorming session.

Chris said...

wow, i relate so much to the text here. these are fabulous sketches/doodles. love your style.

marianne said...

Great to see how your beautiful ideas grow.....
I think I have seen all I missed now....
Strange, I think while adding some people on my bloglist I must have removed your link by mistake.
Won't happen again!