Tuesday, March 11, 2008

garden


12 comments:

Anonymous said...

EVIDENCE!!!! What did you do with the body? That hole is owl shaped. Maybe you're just digging up old memorties. Either way looks good! I want to eat some of that snow ...

carla said...

Ahhh! Your paintings are aways so darn enigmatic! I feel like I missed the first half of the movie... and that's one of the many reasons I find your work so compelling:>

steve said...

Very mysterious Miri. So glad to see your work again.

Curious Art said...

Wonderful! I love art that is open to interpretation. As a gardener myself, this makes me think of garden cataloges & the impatience they inspire, especially in cold weather!

Barbara said...

Very mysterious - bare feet in the snow... at first glance the shovel looks like an axe ... are you burying the manuscript, or the writer of the manuscript? Intriguing.

AndyDoodler said...

Yes, beautiful header- and I recognize the trippyl avatar!
So glad you're back! Missed you! My eyes and brain(?) are in need of Hardwax.
Let's see-- planting seeds of knowledge? Or is it in "The Garden" after the "Fall"- trying to bury the "knowledge"? (book somehow does remind me of image from some holy Renaissance painting- like an winged angel- maybe it's a cloud and not snow?)
Miri Miri quite contriri...?
Grrrreat painting!!!

studio lolo said...

Jeez I've missed you. This is a wonderful piece Miri, like she's covering up the past and moving on to start a new chapter in her life. The bare feet (to me) suggests new beginnings, after all we weren't born with shoes ;) Ans snow can be cleansing. Freaking cold, but cleansing, so maybe there's a metaphor there too.
Too much analyzing...I love this! Welcome back.

Anonymous said...

I was just here to play with Emma. I made her head go around and around and around and around just like Linda Blair!

Janet said...

I haven't stopped by in so long....but, I'm never dissapointed when I do!

AndyDoodler said...

Stopping by to say hello- hello
Hope you and yours are well

Lauren Kate said...

Ooo - how mysterious!!
One could think up a thousand stories for this - I love that :)

Brine Blank said...

Hello!!! Checking to see if all is going well...