Until one is forced to believe that Art is Dead does one find resonance in the truth that Real Art Never Dies.

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

I went to a play last week and I sat beside this old couple who must have (must of?) had an argument before they arrived. I couldn't figure out what the old lady was bickering about, but wow, was she uber bitter. She didn't take her jacket off the entire night and kept her purse clenched and on her lap the whole time too. I keep making up stories of what it could have been about. Here's a sample of her remarks, but I couldn't make sense of it.

7 comments:

Sean said...

Poor guy.

I wonder what he did?

Corbe said...

dude, anti-snipes/

Skid said...

he probably made her some cold spaghetti.

Eiki Iwamura said...

Hi, Yumiko san :) Do you remember me? I once asked you about Capilano College and you gave me some good advice! It's helpful for me. I'm going to apply for Cap soon. The deadline is at the end of March, so I'm quite hectic trying to finish my portfolio!

yums said...

Ooooh! It's you!!! :D Good to hear from you again! Best of luck with your portfolio! Ganbare!

ps: I notice that most of your life drawings are long poses. Don't forget to do quick gesture ones too (30 seconds, 1 min, 2 min, 3 to 5 min poses).

Best wishes :)

Eiki Iwamura said...

Thank you for your advice! Yes, I have more drawings which I haven't posted on yet. Those are short pose ones, animal ones, cartoony ones, and landscape ones :) I'm gonna post them soon as well.

yums said...

Awesome! Look forward to seeing it!