Saturday, August 28, 2010

MOBY-DICK, Page 356

Title: Steel and wood included, the entire spear is some ten or twelve feet in length; the staff is much slighter than that of the harpoon, and also of a lighter material - pine.

6.25 inches by 8.75 inches
ink on found paper
August 28, 2010


  1. this is nice!
    and always so varied.

    just found your responses after my own absence and went back to those older pages (well - not that old...)
    i do think i'd put my name on 346-7-8 -
    i like tryptics/haiku
    often do pics in my blog in threes

    200 pages, hey?!
    all best

  2. Lizzy, I think I am, for now at least, just too aesthetically restless to settle on one medium or style. Hence the sometimes wild variety.

    I will include you for pages 346, 347 and 348 indeed.

    I think to some, "less than 200 pages to go" might sound like a daunting task, but after what I've already finished it actually seems like not so much left after all. Strange how relative our perspective on things can be.

  3. (This comment is for everyone...)

    Regarding this illustration - yes, it was intentional. And if you think a bit about what this project means to me and how I am approaching each piece, I think it will become very clear and make quite a bit of sense.


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