Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Canvases 180, 181, 182



“Canvas 180”
January 31, 2011

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“Canvas 181”
February 1, 2011

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“Canvas 182”
February 1, 2011

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10 comments:

nouvelles couleurs - vienna atelier said...

:-) Like all of them, as always they are very expressivebil

William Michaelian said...

Thank you, dear Laura, I’ll tell each of them what you said.

nouvelles couleurs - vienna atelier said...

:-)

Wine and Words said...

I sang a duet
Me...and I
though somehow
discordant

Me, so sharp
and I
so low

Akeith Walters said...

I must say that I am never disappointed when I come to your blog. It is always refreshing, always enjoyable.

William Michaelian said...

Annie,
the real treble begins
when we fall off
the clef.

Thanks, Gray. I really enjoy every facet of the whole blog experience, and am refreshed by it as well. It’s an ongoing conversation — with myself, and with you and others who pass this way. While I must take responsibility for its content, so much of the good spirit here I owe to those who visit and share their thoughts.

Jan said...

William, I see many emotions in your drawings today. I don't have any fancy way of putting this, so here goes...

I see a singing duo...
A sad loner...
A crying angel...

My emotions must be on overload, but I always enjoy your wonderful drawings :)

William Michaelian said...

Thank you, Jan. What you see is definitely there. And so is what you feel.

Noxalio said...

William, i particularly love “Canvas 182” - i look forward to each of you Canvass postings and surprise myself when i notice subtle embedded images/notions in each of them - but this particular one, one with a very light touch, reminds me, most of all, of your poetry.

William Michaelian said...

Does it, Noxy? I find that very interesting. You know, really, I don’t try to distinguish between the poems and drawings much at all. Both are written and drawn to a certain degree, or perhaps even in their entirety. I think both can be read, and image-wise both can be seen. At the same time, making them is such a pleasant thing to do. And hearing that you look forward to them — well, I think that pleases me most of all.