"Set your heart on fire and seek those who fan your flames." ~ Rumi
This is wonderful, wasen't sure whether you would be submitting a piece this week, with moving and all. Beautiful, rarher abstract work, but essential questions. Looks like evil is gaining altitude in this. Inspired!
Love your words! Full of wisdom.
I love this near-to-abstract rendition and the way you allow the viewer their own interpretation. this is excellent - really.
i like this a lot, it has some of my favourite colour combinations... tarnished orange and pale yellow on a murky green background. very atmospheric and lots of depth.
Very deep and mysterious. Perfect for this theme.
Thanks everyone. Not sure I agree with you Hardwax about evil winning through, I think darkness is mostly misunderstood and underestimated as a purifying and learning experience...dark night of the soul and all that.
Poewerful piece. Sometimes we go through the darkness to rise above. I always come out learning something about myself and grow.
First thing I thought when I saw this was, "Must love Blake." And Lo! It was inspired by same!Awesome stuff. Like the picture of your cat in the yard.
Excellent work! I love it when one Art form feeds the other - his poetry has inspired this sketch and this sketch in turn enhances ones appreciation of his poetry.
Love the duality, nice moody colors!
This has a lot of power with its dark, energetic lines...there's almost a feeling of flames in the reds and yellows, but also eart in the greens. Very cool!
the words of william blake are always so beautiful to hear. i also love the pastels!
Amazing. You're right, the line, if there is any, is pretty fuzzy. Cool drawing, as allways.
Definitely looks like a dark angel. One of my favorite archetypes--Lucifer, just before his fall, or falling....Beautiful work, Tammy!
Great job, Tammy!
So dark and mysterious...LOVE the color combo...and, how you played it nicely in the theme. FANTASTIC job!
Honestly, I like your version much better! I think because it is more feminine and stronger in colors. The red feathery wings turned out great.
As soon as I saw this it made me think of William Blake. Those colours are so distinctive. You have created a lovely, atmospheric piece. Well done!
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