Monday, September 21, 2009

Sphinxland, still working

My friend, Robert Morales, came over the over day and looked at the painting. His comment was: "She's working." When I queried him he explained that the Sphinx looked very intent on whatever business she needed to take care of. A take that is quite Moralesistic. But I relish these articulations from the brains of others. Rarely do people tell me what my paintings do in their minds. What thoughts, feelings or musings. I don't know if it is a problem with words or a problem with comfort while the painter is standing next to you.
So here she is at work even as I am still at work on her:

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