Feb 4, 2011

Wait Mama...


Since working on a new film these days, I am going through some of my old work and finding interesting pieces. This drawing came spontaneously, while sitting by my old desk at my parents' house, with yellow lamp light, using the leftover ink from my childhood. That was during my visit to Lithuania in 2001.

7 comments:

  1. Interesting drawing. Everything is said in colors and strokes. Wow!!!!!

    And you can interpret it differently according to your imagination. You divided this drawing in two parts. One part is light with blue sun. Mama and her children are in the dark part of the painting. I wonder why?.... I can only guess.

    I love this drawing so much. What is interesting is that I can tell a story about these three people. Interesting composition.....

    Great, Ruah!!!!!!!!

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  2. Ruah!!! I stumbled across your blog, and really love your work! You paintings are so beautiful, and have so much emotion to them. Your work is so personal, and your approach reminds me of my recent trip to Europe. Awesome work! Can't wait to see what you come up with next! Go Ruah!!! :)

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  3. your drawing touches deep inside. It helps me in some way to go back into my childhood, back to lost emotions. It inspires my writing. Thanks

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  4. It's a loverly work, full of poetry...Arianna

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  5. So good to get feedback. Thank you.

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  6. Sort of feels like the transition between day and night, and that the older lady (mother) is leading the children forward through time. This is an interesting drawing and composition, I really love your art!

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