sábado, 1 de junio de 2013

OJO DE LA CERRADURA/KEYHOLE (Drawing Challenge)




Esta semana el anfitrión, del Drawing Challenge es mi amiga y excelente artista Renilde, y la palabra elegida por ella es: "Ojo de la cerradura".
Para ver, a todos los participantes, vayan aquí por favor: Stroke of the Brush.

This week the host of the Drawing Challenge is my friend and excellent artist Renilde, and the chosen word for it is "keyhole".
To see all participants, please go here: Stroke of the Brush

24 comentarios:

renilde dijo...

at first i feel like claustrophobic, yes the keyhole the most important thing in that room, or is it?, i read your poem, i read it twice, i am beginning to see, my fear is gone now ;) i get you,i think,
beautiful work Roberto,it will stay in my head for awhile,xx

celine schroeder dijo...

Oh I love this one Roberto! When it hit me: the sense of your story...that botrh think that the other one lives in absolutely freedom, but we're all in box, in some way. really: very touching and beautiful!

Stefanie Seltner dijo...

... and if we leave our box we are together in a big box? would there be a hole? and is this box again in a box?!...
I love that drawing, it´s great, Roberto really, fantastic work, poem, too, you tell a lot!
x Stefanie

Tammie Lee dijo...

amazing drawing
all these boxes
and people
very cool perspective

Susan Christensen dijo...

I love the irony of this poem and drawing, Roberto. Here is the thing: my life on this island does indeed seem like living in a box while my love roves over the seas in freedom, but he is on a ship and must feel himself is in the box... so you have really got to the truth here!
-sus

Patrice A. dijo...

we are all in a box
and think the other
lives in freedom
but it's just an other box
melancholic and touching
beautiful words
and beautiful drawing
which both will stay
in my head for awhile i think
thank you!

Patrice A.

♥ w o o l f ♥ dijo...

that your poem? i like!
and the drawing really tugs at my imagination! LOVE! oh yeah.
n♥

k.h.whitaker dijo...

Wow, everyone fits in their own little box. ;)
How are you Roberto? Well, I hope. I'm really just stopping by to say "Hello" :D

hedwig dijo...

Difficult drawing with the perspective and all! The black and white makes it very strong, like a chessboard. The thought of us living in boxes... that's true, I think. It's a bit sad, but on the other hand what is freedom??? Is there something with no limits? Like the universe? I can not imagine such things. XXWW

fRau käthe dijo...

i love youR woRds. eveRy little woRd.

barbarabeesblog dijo...

Dear Roberto,
I really love your poem and your drawing is absolutely stunning! Really well done and it reminds me, that I once sat in an office thinking of me and all the other people in the building sitting over-under and side by side in boxes.
Barbara

Frau Wien dijo...

Wow! A very great drawing, a bit depressing thought to be in a alone in a box without a key to get out but maybe thats it?! Everybody has to live his or her own life.

But maybe it a demand from you and the doors are all open. We should have more time/courage/will or whatever to meet each other in real life and start talking and discussing.

Who knows, However, I like it :-)

Meike ♥

Frau Wien dijo...

Oh, I just read the text after thinking about your drawing ... Even so I like it to see so many different things in it :-)

...tatjana... dijo...

your drawing is grandiose. wowser!

i believe, who 'lives' in the box sleeps in reality, without noticing it, but thinks, this is live. but we are all in freedom. and the key? love yourself first and you're free ....

thank you so much for your words @ my blog :o)

tatjana ♥

Nancy dijo...

beautiful words and stunning artwork! At first it made me sad (and feeling a little trapped;) and, well, it still makes me sad, but in more of a melancholic way, positive even. Like when you figure soemthing out and that in itself makes the problem easier to handle. Super clever illustration and very very beautiful. (btw, yes, I do know about how Boca got its club colours: they couldn't agree on what to wear on their shirts so they said "we'll use the colours of the flag of the next ship to enter the harbour!" And of course it was a Swedish ship, with its blue and yellow flag! :D

Malena dijo...

Hermoso y triste. Podría decir una frase cursi que salve todo, como "el amor los hará libres", pero son patrañas. Haber vislumbrado el amor y no poder tenerlo hace que esa caja parezca aún más chica, no?

Sigo pasando porque yo también te extraño!!

Sandra dijo...

maravilloso poema, me estremeció, me quedo pensando, reflexiva... y estoy segura regresaré de nuevo a contemplar tu obra a releer tu poema, gracias roberto

Norma Conway dijo...

You know, it is amazing how a line on a page can say so much. And then when you add the words written by a sensitive, romantic, poet, the whole thing gets elevated to the stratosphere. Your work is totally out of this world. I feel like I've taken drugs but haven't taken a thing except a breath after I've held it while taking in your visual boxes. This is GRAND! N, x
p.s. that header with the birds and arrows and bits of red blobs, and oncoming vehicle is a story and a half right there!!!!

Melissa Mackie dijo...

Hello Roberto, Lovely to take a look around your site...it has been a while between visits. I love your header illustration, its very striking. Best wishes, Melissa

nelleke dijo...

nice, Roberto!

fados do lar dijo...

me gusta mucho este tu dibujo!

camino roque dijo...

tu imaginación se ha disparado en esta ilustración. me encanta!

Sasa Saastamoinen dijo...

Oh no... I would love to see the day when walls of all the boxes collapse. :-)

tanïa dijo...

Roberto, this is awesome!! One of my favourites of yours so far! It's so deep and touching and controversial. At first I didn't like it, it felt so lonely and isolated, and so definite without a key to get out of the box. But then...well...the other dimension took me to a more propriate emotion. I felt thankful for being allowed to look through other people's keyholes. Getting the chance to catch a glimpse inside their boxes...that's wonderful!
And apart from all this I fell in love with that drawing at once! Somehow reminded me of M.C. Escher, but more lively with all those human beings inside the boxes...I really really love that one!