Tuesday, April 24, 2007

polar

Do they come in peace mommie? Yes hon, I think they do.

14 comments:

Alina Chau said...

surreal and enchanting!!

md said...

lov it, very rich in meaning, lets hope it doesn't come to this.

Digital Scott's illustrationblog said...

Fascinating and cool. And somewhat of a style departure for you? This rocks.

steve said...

Awesome Miri, like a wild dream, a frame captured in time. I can see this set in motion!

AndyDoodler said...

Verrry cooool! This would make a great sculpture too! And I agree w/Steve- it's dream like.
If they'd only help man find some brains- they might not have to use their ice maker.
Very smart painting- and very smart bears. Another magical piece/peace

isay said...

i like the effects of the shadow in the ice really great!

it's like some force is pulling the ice to be equally distributed in other parts.....

robertc said...

whoa! very mystical indeed! i love it!

studio lolo said...

Oh Miri I love this piece! The golden glow on the bears is magical and dream-like. The floating ice cubes add a surreal touch. As beautiful as this is, let's hope this isn't the only way we'll get to experience these beautiful creatures in the future.

harlequinpan said...

Wow !It's really sparkling!!
Great work!love it.

Janice said...

This is marvelous: To brutalize a familiar quote.
I see you exploring strange new worlds, seeking out new life and new civilizations, boldly going where you wouldnt have thought of going.... ... yet finding
that although you might not wish to stay there.. you *have* enjoyed the journey. Now... aint that what art is all about?

LOVe this piece... all aspects...

Janice

modroom said...

Wow cosmic and amazing, this is so unusual and striking!

Anonymous said...

Nothing fluffy about those bears! The shifting/sliding feel is amazing. Yet again have another favourite :)

Mike said...

Had to come back to one of my favorite sites and check on the latest. Great illustration this week. Just like the bears from the coke comercials--really great job!!

the heartful blogger said...

This is beautiful!! So familiar and yet other-worldly, I love it.