Friday, August 27, 2010

Stories in the shade


With our recent temperatures over 100 degrees, the only place anyone wants to be is in the shade.
Everyone want a chance to taste of the forbidden tree.


Even jackrabbits need a break, now and then.

After this moment, both bunnies popped straight up into the air, and one chased the other away.

We've had rumbling, threatening skies for two days, but only a few drops of rain fell here at our house.  Five minutes away, however, rain and hail poured from the sky and flooded the streets.  I wish we would have gotten just a LITTLE bit more rain here.  Pono has remained hidden in the safety of the laundry room, terrified of the thunder.  He can't wait for monsoon season to be over with.  Thank goodness for Rescue Remedy!

I think I have finally commited to showing a collection of drawings for the September opening of JTAG.  You can visit them in person next Friday from 6 to 9 pm, during our opening reception.  If you are nearby, I'd love to see you there!
Study, Leaning Joshua.  Charcoal on paper, 7 x 5 inches.
These drawings are all small studies for larger works.  Some will be Joshua Trees, and some will be abstract compositions.

Have a fantastic weekend everyone!

3 comments:

Cynthia Schelzig said...

Wonderful fotos of the jack rabbits and the roadrunner. ,,,.and your study of the leaning Joshua....marvelous...I can feel the heat! If I did not live on the other side of the world I´d come to your show:)
Now go paint, paint and paint......have fun watching your paint dry...........

ArtPropelled said...

Your bunnies look as entertaining as my monkeys.Good luck for your showing, Karine.

pRiyA said...

I love that charcoal drawing!