April 27, 2018

Y - Yonder yet with lines.

Read blogs about Y.
You, me, us in art; we live in art.

Gardens, rooms, streets, driving, walking, running, sitting, floors to wall to ceilings and from the ground to the sky. We move, stand, rest, eat all an art medium. We look, watch, feel observe, enjoy all art mediums.

A constant bombardment of expressive, impressive abstract feedings is around us every second. We consume all and become inspired or maybe over-stimulated. I exist in continually moving lines much like the video games my grandsons play. 

That’s why I like to use line with my pencil, or pen and ink to draw the simplest of simple lines —> My head takes these and abstracts for my hand and fingers to put on paper sometimes as non-objective or realistic or figurative drawings from nature or of people. Ever trying to capture what I see and feel to show to a friend, observer, or viewer as they look and past.

Our doodles are essential in our travels as artists or wanting to play for fun, or relaxing. I have a 'yonder yet' as drawing for a page in my ABC book, which started when I taught first grade in Alaska and as the years pass I have changed characters and settings, the concepts grows ... for the yet!
Line drawing on computer.

ASSIGNMENT for Y:  ENJOY and redo your beginnings; that is where the creative idea starts and the yonder yet for you is to develop our starts, middles, to the finish. Remember, trust, accept, and wonder at your progress. 


Send assignment via the 'ART for DRAWN LINES' message on this page. I will send the email address for you to include your drawing, titles with the letter Y, which I will post on this blog.

Also, any comments, suggestions, other observations, or ideas are welcome. Art is to share; we are all artists and creative.


1 comment:

Harvest Moon by Hand said...

That's an adorable drawing on the computer. I would have no idea how to even begin doing something like that. Very creative!

Ann
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