Paint it black

Posted: June 2, 2016 by Mo Crow in It's Crow Time
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paint-it-blackPaint it Black
each tendril carefully painted with Art Spectrum pigmented black ink whilst listening to the Rolling Stones from half a century ago

Comments
  1. dinahmow says:

    not unlike hieroglyphs

  2. Have I mentioned lately that you are one crazy artist!😁

  3. gillian norris says:

    It’s looking like stitch already

  4. dotti says:

    lovely Mo! I am watching my passion-fruit and the sweet peas tendrils doing their stuff every day! its so amazing to catch a glimpse into that wonderful part of nature

  5. Laurie says:

    Ahhh! I have a sack full of these grapevine tendrils! Very nice!

  6. Robyn says:

    The tendrils speak to me!

  7. coloremartine says:

    Very sensitive and beautiful…………….

  8. handstories says:

    like an ancient script

  9. Judy Martin says:

    loving these natural shapes that look like language.

  10. Carol says:

    Stunning in black! ((((Mo))))

  11. saskia says:

    would never have thought of doing this, it is great (and i might just try it)

  12. deemallon says:

    the language of magic just pours out of your hands… reading backwards, I have a lot to catch up on! It’s a little harsh to hear “from half a century ago”… “Honky Tonk Woman” was one of the very first albums I bought — remember — the sleeve was shaped like a stop sign?

  13. Susan C says:

    Hi Mo! Wonderful work getting to know each lovely little tendril. I have been admiring our own snow peas grasping onto anything and anything within reach.

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