Been thinking about tea and coffee. And poetry. As readers of my blog know I often read a bit of poetry in the mornings with my coffee. And novels with my tea in the evening. Or vice versa. This bit of my mundane life inspired this painting below along with the thought that Dachshunds like to dig… and writers and readers often “dig” for meanings…
Leaves And Grounds: Poems for the Canine Soul – by Clancy – 20 x 16 inches – acrylic on cradled board
Naturally (organically?) I’ve included, in the painting above, 2 spoofs of my own still life work. Each of the still lives relate to the theme of “Leaves and Grounds: Poems for the Canine Soul”. The titles of the still life’s, in my mind at least, add more information to this “Leaves and Grounds….” painting.
As you can tell I’m still thinking of the nesting ideas concept I’m working with for this body of work (“Readers” is my working title) for an upcoming one-person exhibit.
Here, below, are my still life paintings that are spoofed in the painting above:
A Stirring Occasion by Clancy – 8 x 10 inches – acrylic and gouache on board
“A Novel Morning” – by Clancy – 24 x 18 – acrylic and gouache on board
I’m currently working on yet another nesting aspect related to this concept of leaves, digging and poetry… but that will be another post. Btw: if you follow me on Instagram occasionally I post what I’m currently reading.
Draw every day even if it’s only a glass of water. – Sue Clancy
Today’s sketchbook page and an attempt to remember a quote by a famous writer/author I recently heard/read somewhere:
Sue Clancy’s sketchbook page with a drawing of a glass of water and a small puddle on the table. Plus some ruminations on writing/famous author’s…
Pup Fiction By Sue Clancy
When I was a kid I knew a beloved Basset Hound named Lucy. Fiction writers are some of my favorite beings on this planet. Therefore all fiction writers must be Basset Hounds – correct?
Kidding aside, the Basset Hound is a slow-paced hunting dog. Writers (and readers) are slow-paced hunters of beneficial thoughts and ideas.
No matter how quickly information can be distributed or how fast new technology may work – it still takes time for a human to chase down a concept and evaluate its accuracy, intent and meaning – often with much correction and revision of thought along the way. At least now and again we’re rewarded with “Ah ha!” moments – a side benefit of which is that some of them have floppy ears and are called Lucy.
(This painting is currently at Caplan Art Designs www.caplanartdesigns.com)