domingo, 26 de agosto de 2012

PALOMA-CUERVO/DOVE-CROW

A veces su almohada es una paloma...
Sometimes her pillow is a dove...

Y a veces su almohada es un cuervo.
And sometimes her pillow is a crow.

22 comentarios:

Cindy D. dijo...

My goodness, so much great imagery! It's always so strange and magical around here. Lovely figures and details!

Marcela Calderón dijo...

Jelóu... Acá andamos a las andadas nuevamente :) No es que te tenga abandonado a vos, sino que ando con mil cosas, entre ellas, una semanita en Tucumán -como habrás visto- que nos hizo muuuuuuuuuy bien :) Me gusta saber que vos sí sos consecuente con tu blog y seguís posteando tus creaciones. Siempre sorprendés :)Un abrazote a los dos :)

renilde dijo...

there is always that element of travelling in your pieces giving me the feeling i'm travelling with the persons in your work, the crow/hair/pillow is fantastic!!, the combination of the two paintings is wonderful! x

Stefanie Seltner dijo...

I agree with Renilde - a pillow a crow - that is magic!
have a nice week, I love that picture of you above
x a non-left hand libra :)

nelleke dijo...

I like how the hair and the crow melt together.

goodmoments dijo...

she is mysterious....beautiful!

céline dijo...

I love them both, I don't know which one I find better. In each drawing there are elements that I like! Maybe the one with the crow because the flying looks more active;-)

Claire Wildish dijo...

Hi Roberto,
Thanks for visiting my site and your lovely comments. I love the worlds you create and thoughts you provoke. There is always sadness and mystery. One day I would like to buy one of your paintings so i can have it on my wall and watch it all day!

Ted Blackman dijo...

When I go to the bar and drink, sometimes I come home with a dove, but in the morning I see a crow.

As I get older, more crows as pillows.

Ted Blackman dijo...

Little piggies, little piggies everywhere.

You are a great cartoonist.

Rod MacGregor dijo...

Me gusta ambos Hombre!!! Son sueños y es facil perderse en ellos!!!

rocioconesa dijo...

Me quedo con la paloma, soy más de blanco que de negro!
<3
Rocío.

k.h.whitaker dijo...

Lovely, the heart papers with all the pins are wonderful.

Nancy dijo...

...oh, this amazing mind of yours! I love how her hair almost blends with the crow; are there actual writings on the letters? curious curious me ... About your daughter's jewellery - yes, I did find the link, about a month ago now - they're lovely! Modern minimalism is in itself a thing of beauty. Does she live in Australia? You said you wanted to email something - here's my address: nancygronholm@hotmail.com
and thank you a dozen times and more for your lovely comments on my blog :)

Ana M.F. dijo...

Los dos me gustan.
Me llama la atención que veo a la mujer como más relajada cuando su almohada es un cuervo, incluso parece que casi se fusionara con él y su pelo parece acompañarlo en el vuelo.
De repente trae sueños más interesantes :)

Ana M.F. dijo...

Los cerditos del fondo están divertidìsimos !

Una soñadora dijo...

Muy interesante.

Paloma o cuervo...Pero,siempre volando,no?

céline dijo...

Hello Roberto!
I'm discovering your blog, and I love it!!! Your art is beautiful!!! Best wishes
Céline

La Isla Misteriosa dijo...

Llegué hasta aquí por el Blog de Camino. Ta guapo el blog. Un abrazo de La Misteriosa.

hedwig dijo...

Hi Roberto, you were very quick with your comment on my blog! So here I'm to look at yours. You are clever too, there is so much going on. I see boats and letters, hearts pinned, a boat in a cage, a key, a chair, roads... What does it mean? Someone is travelling and someone is waiting. The woman dreams of her love far away. peaceful dreams and scary dreams. I hope he returns to chase off the crows. Bye, Hedwig!

rossichka dijo...

So many letters, but not for her, not for her... She must "release" these drawn hearts and say farewell to the illusions, so that the true, real love could find her! Because the crow can easily replace the dove! And time will conquer youth eventually. Keys, cages,ropes - they must be thrown far away. Take the road and go... Get on board and sail... If you want to live!
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Sandra van Doorn dijo...

how divine. this is absolutely wonderful!