Wednesday, February 3, 2010

saw something tonight...


driving home tonight, i saw something that warmed my heart (a little). passing by the trash can, that i've seen some of the homeless go through, i saw that someone had left a 2 liter bottle of grape juice and some food (all unopened). the sight made me smile, then i wondered why i hadn't thought of that. little acts of kindness can help out. well here is another practice piece for the next long foldout sketchbook. hope everyone sleeps well.

6 comments:

dominique eichi said...

These are very strong emotional pieces. Your work is very good and I love your style. This series of yours will be very powerful.
I started a moleskins exchange and one of the artist choose Homelessness has it's theme also and it is generating fabulous work there too it's called "the flying moleskins".
Blessings to you

Alex Zonis said...

This piece has such a strong emotional impact. And the execution is wonderful as well. Excellent work!

Sandy said...

What a great idea to do and also wonderful sketch.

Kaetlyn Wilcox said...

Absolutely stunning. I had a teacher once who said that for him, great art is made with the head, heart and hands, that it has a cerebral component, and emotional resonance, and beautiful craftsmanship. I love how you manage to make great works of art in you little moleskine sketchbooks:)

joseph's art and stuff said...

wow, thanks everyone for these comments.

kanishk said...

This piece has such a strong emotional impact

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