Sunday, August 15, 2010

"A Rose is a Rose is a Rose",

said the Tatzelwurm. Now we know why there is such an expression on his face. And we understand that some who are believed to be monsters have a very fine sense for the beautiful things in life. And maybe they are not even monsters.
The painting is not finished yet. Progress is slow due to so many tasks in between.

9 comments:

ArtSparker said...

Lovely. If it were mine (and I know it isn't) I'd consider making the flowers in frame, taking it around in a rectangle, and having the Tatzelwurm break frame - maybe the tail?

Eva said...

Thanks! Good idea. This worm is developing pet qualities, isn't he?

ArtSparker said...

He is certainly dear.

Yael said...

Ach, wenn ich nur so fantastisch zeichnen und malen koennte! Wenn ich nur so wundervolle Ideen haette! Ich bin ja gaaaar nicht neidisch - hm, nur ein kleines itsty bitsy teenie bisschen - ich bewundere vielmehr!!!!!
Das Tatzelwurm-Rosen Bild erzaehlt ja richtig eine Geschichte! Der hat ha so einen Ausdruck und einen Charakter im Gesicht, der Tatzel! Naja, so sind sie halt die Bayern!!!!
Echt toll Eva!!!

Chris Gray said...

I'm loving these Tatzelwurm paintings Eva!

Will he be appearing on some printed cloth for sale sometime?

Eva said...

Chris, I'm thinking about it!

Diane said...

He does look quite happy to be where he is. I see you have been busy while I was gone. Glad to hear you have updated your system, I am sure you will find it much speedier. Funny that you bought a black and white printer. Hubby and I have been discussing the same thing. THough I am the one leaning towards color. I do like to pin things up around the room for inspiration. You may be right about the ink shortage though...
Hope you are doing well :)

Deborah said...

He is quite an attractive creature.

Judy said...

oh the wonderful colors!!! That said, I'm gladding I'm meeting him on my monitor and not in my garden or studio! LOL

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