Friday, April 15, 2011

Two Canvases



If we aren’t willing to die for it,
then we aren’t willing to live for it either.
And that is the price we pay.




“Canvas 226”
April 14, 2011

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“Canvas 227”
April 14, 2011

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9 comments:

Old 333 said...

Everything has its price; don't spend what you've got in a way that is unwise. Sometimes you don't know what's what for many a long year - save your pennies 'til you're sure.

Is the first image a t-shirt, or just dying to be one? It would be a very neat shirt.

As always, thanks for sharing, William -

Peter

wv/captcha on this comment= "price"!!!

William Michaelian said...

And there you have it. We should change captcha to gotcha.

My life is a t-shirt. The holes are where the words go.

In the meantime, if you see me fishing coins from the fountain, don’t ask.

Old 333 said...

Don't ask for any coins? Come on, you've got that whole fountain to yourself. A few glittering little filthy numbers won't go amiss. Perhaps there are fish! Yum, public fish.

Jan said...

But He did and I am...

William, I see a religious look in each of these.
The top canvas...Jesus on a cross.
The bottom canvas...singing a hymn.

Maybe it's just the mood I've been in lately...or because it's the time of the Easter celebration.

Very nice drawings, William~~~

William Michaelian said...

Peter, Peter, always with the assumptions. What if there are already fifty people fishing around in there with me? Don’t answer that.

Jan? You too?

It’s hard not to see the cross in the first one, I agree. Easter approaches, but it seems I draw these any time of year. A hymn too. Let the first one be listening to the second, is the way I see it now that they’re together. And they were drawn only moments apart, so maybe that’s appropriate.

Thank you both!

RUDHI - Chance said...

You got me on my nose, CLAPPER!-))

William Michaelian said...

And I did it with only one hand, Mr. Zen!

erin said...

!

(there's a sound that goes with that.)

xo
erin

William Michaelian said...

And now, here in my room, a facial expression.