Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Geeky

I think Bobby grew up to be a geek, presuming he grew up.

15 comments:

Twisselman said...

Man, that's some wildly energetic hair. Wait... or so I thought... Now I see Bobby is discovering something with his flashlight (great light and dark values, by the way)... and are those chicken legs in that geeky twistiness? You're making me think more than I should this late in the week (and in the evening).

Anonymous said...

Bobby has lost me Hardwax HAHA. Now if there was a fireplace nearby, the flashlight would make the smoke look like that. That doesn't explain why Bobby might not have grown. Steroid Chicken barbecue?

Focus_ret said...

Nah. It looks to me like Bobby is up against a predatory plant, or perhaps an octopus-like alien!

I like the painterly style of this.

Lauren Kate said...

Ooo - I could stare at this one for ages!

isay said...

i guess Bobby is allergic to light but likes to play with it because it creates powerful visual effects.....

AndyDoodler said...

It's Bobby's imagination- all in his head?- brought to light for the rest of us by Miri the awesomely imaginative painter. Magic how you do it. Beautiful! (and I think once a geek always a geek- I guess)

md said...

like ur brush work in this and the way u did the light of the flashlite also like the way u got u "M" in at the bottom. i'll let the others debate what happens to or is happening to dear bobby lol

studio lolo said...

Okay Miri, I'm stumped! At first I thought maybe it was a large snake that had him by the wrist, but I can't find a head for the many tails I see. And then I thought maybe he was hallucinating and getting into it :P Maybe it's a science project like Audrey from the little shop of horrors? This is why we love you. You make us use our brains and our imaginations!

Ces said...

I think you are very smart for saying a lot with few words and I love your style more every time I come to visit.

Jack said...

I love your style MORE Hardwax ;)
Love ME!

steve said...

Not always a bad thing to grow up to be--think Bill gates! Anyhow, sorry I missed this wonderfully surreal piece--I can almost picture it in motion, the tentacles growing longer and longer!

the heartful blogger said...

Fantastically unique take on the topic, love those shadows and light!

Janice said...

awesome study of light.

merlinprincesse said...

AAAHHH! Childhood! };-}

Michelle Lana said...

this is great hardwax....i love this piece...