Sunday, April 1, 2012

TWINCHIES ON MONDAY - RIVER

I thought I'd have a bit of fun and mix it up a little this week.

I don't know what kind of art you call this.  I call it 'stylized'  -- that is everything except the fisherman.  So you have two kinds of art in one picture.  It's hard to come up with something more than just a wavy line for a river, so that's why I started out with that funny looking river.  It was quite fun to do and is different.

I got the O.K. to have the other cataract off my right eye, for which I am very thankful.  I have done very little artwork in months other than Twinchies.  It just takes too much concentration.  However  it may not happen for a couple of months yet.  I still have two more Dr. appointments and I don't know if the second one is the actual day of the operation or just more preparation.  My right eye is my good eye (when there is no cataract), so I have high hopes for much better vision after it all takes place.

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10 comments:

Jane and Chris said...

Cataract or no, I love your Twinchies!
Lets hope your surgery comes sooner so that you can enjoy the summer.
Jane x

MorningAJ said...

I love what you've done with the river!

They say that Monet developed his style because of cataracts. Very impressive - but I don't think it's worth losing your sight just to become internationally known!

Good luck with your op.

rtquilter said...

Very interesting current in your river, Chris. That fisherman had better watch himself!

Dolores said...

Lovely. Different is always nice.

Trillian said...

Very nice. I love your river.

kaybee said...

I like your stylized river. That's what I like about Inchies - anything goes, as long as it's art!!

Jose said...

Coolest river I have ever seen Chris. Love your art.

snafu said...

You have caught the action but I don't think you were just fishing for comliments, you can bank on that :)

ChrisJ said...

OUCH Snafu!

ParisMaddy said...

nice flow to your river. good luck with your cataract surgery. xo