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Original drawing, prismacolor and ebony pencil done on museum board 30″×40″
atom bomb, bacon and eggs, cat and mouse, circus juggler, end of the world, funk, larry butterworth, prisma color, unicycle
amazing detail – so much to see and enjoy here.
Thank you for looking and commenting
– Larry Butterworth
Rosa always its good to hear from you and hear what good things you have to say, this drawing I sort of pulled out of the cobwebs it was done ten years ago and I almost sold it but kept it for my private collection, I thought I would bring it out. I will read your comment again and thanks again.
Your world of childhood..Your special place of merriment and soul growing.You seem very much attached to the objects that were faithful companions in those days.And they are a source for creativity and love.But here… somehow…itnevokes some sort of fear.The way you edoress a sort of storm…with bolts and thunder…the way you have place a sort of missile ready to be lauched… or could be an starship.. ready to flyght from here.The face… a saucepan with fried eggs and bacon, so surrealistic and it means the nurturing effect of your senses.. specially your eyes…that can see… draw….. interpret the world around you and inside you.Your vehicle … the “wheel of Fortune”.. and you are riding o the loose rope… which it means that you know about the unstability of things…but all the way.. you “ride” your soul and adapt your movements and equilibrium,trusting sensorially with our body-soul.The artist must walk between intuition and sensoriality….the rest is technique…which is important…but not necessary for displaying the talent.Rosa (it is a wonderful piece….much more to say about it)
great work really love it! so many details,so many things to spot, you’ve got a great imagination!
Julie thanks for great comment and I appreciate your looking.
An amazing piece ! So much detail and creativity ! The patience needed to create something that intricate blows my mind.
Thanks, this drawing is a few years old, I was doing all traditional media at the time and yes they took a lot of patience but the enjoyment of it is truly great.
you have incorporated a wonderful sense of humour/AMAZING
Another thanks to you, you are so kind
i like the way your mind works ;)
Thanks for the comment Dan.
Great detail. Must have taken you a while – but it is well worth the time and effort you have put into it.Love your sense of abstract humour. Good work.
Thanks Rainer I appreciate your comment and fave.
so original, unique ! I like the abstractness quality and what’s left to personal interpretation… well done
Thanks very much Aimelle