Title: "I see nothing here, but a round thing made of gold, and whoever raises a certain whale, this round thing belongs to him. So, what's all this staring been about?"
7.75 inches by 10.75 inches
acrylic paint, ballpoint pen, charcoal and ink on found paper
October 23, 2010
Saturday, October 23, 2010
MOBY-DICK, Page 419
Posted by Matt Kish at 11:11 PM
Labels: works: moby-dick (an illustration for every page), works: moby-dick (doubloon), works: moby-dick (flask), works: moby-dick (mates), works: moby-dick (moby dick the white whale), works: moby-dick (seamen), works: moby-dick (whales)
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this is lovely. and all those suns... also, the first one made me instantly think tarot, as it did another followerReplyDelete
you're doing good
this will be such a life changing venture, i think!
Thank you Lizzy, this series of doubloon-inspired pieces was great fun to work on. I do wish I had more time because I would like to have lavished more detail on each, turning every image into a kind of icon or Tarot card. Still, with the hour or two I had each evening to work on these, I feel they came out quite well.ReplyDelete