The strong dramatic concentric lines of the mola series sometimes spook others when the stark white background takes on a polar-opposite look.
Their little fishes transformed well, don’t you think?
Touches of garden plants fill negative space.
Xavier dropped by a few nights ago and added more splashes of color!
*The purpose for this post is not to update ‘If Fish Could Fly.’ It’s to formally thank Hugh Curtler for his Snow and Zeebra post. Images of the evolving “If Fish Could Fly” balance well against this proper “Thanks” to Hugh for a beautiful post that totally surprised me! Please stop by his site and sample the Snow and Zeebra post, which is tucked between more serious posts that help us wipe the glaze from our eyes, find our backbone and dodge apathy concerning world and domestic events. (At least that’s what his posts do for me!)
While I’m watching birdlife, learning a new culture and creating whimsical paintings, Hugh’s studying current events and keeping me informed.
Thanks again, Hugh!
(Written late at night, when the internet connection actually works well!)
Good night, ZZZZZZZZZZ