Tuesday, May 4, 2010

"Turning Gray..."


...and then snowy white...
while
fiddling around a bit with tonal values in my
2010 Zen Journal....(and Microsoft Editor.)
Hmmm...
That actually reminds me...
I think I may need to make a salon appointment
later this week. :)

Gray hairs
are signs of wisdom if you hold your tongue.
Speak...
and they are but hairs,
as
in the young.”
~
Rabindranath Tagore
Indian Poet, Playwright and Essayist,
Won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1913,
1861-1941

9 comments:

Julie said...

I love the idea of a zen journal. My hair is 50% white now...I best hold my tongue, eh??? LOLOL.

PAK ART said...

I love, love, love the white on black. It looks like a pristine snowflake to me. Beautiful. I've got some of that gray too, I've decided not to color it but to just enjoy it.....(ps I don't always enjoy it!)

Viviane Vieira said...

Just love it!
Beautiful mandala.
;)

Evelyn said...

HCM Margaret,
Amazing drawing. Great circular design.
LOve it, Evelyn

Lisa at Greenbow said...

I have an almost totally white head of hair. I can't seem to keep my yap shut at the right times though. Ha.. I like this drawing. It looks like a doily to me. Fine and lacy.

studio lolo said...

Oh yes, a lace doily indeed! And a beauty ;)

I never noticed I was going grey until I went from highlighted blonde to auburn! I think some greys look great. The wiry salt and pepper can be too aging on some. I love soft white hair. Still, I say embrace it! Well, I do use a bit of Nice & Easy for my red though!! :P

Claire M said...

I love this little image - reminds me of lace. ...and I can so relate to the 'turning gray again' feeling!!

Leslie said...

Wow. Gorgeous!

marianne said...

Wow I have been missing so much on your blog.
These are fabulous too.
I am amazed at all the things you have been creating ( as usual)