Line Dancing

Posted: June 8, 2016 by Mo Crow in It's Crow Time
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Line-Dancing-Mo16‘Line Dancing’ Mo16
grape vine tendrils, quail wishbones, glass crow eye beads, vintage dyed ostrich feathers, Art Spectrum pigmented black ink, Golden titanium white acrylic, black & red threads

Comments
  1. dinahmow says:

    Sort-of creepy, yet sort-of comical.I expect jim Henson to make them dance!

  2. Be still my achy breaky heart! (Sorry, I couldn’t help myself)

  3. ravenandsparrow says:

    I love the play between regimentation and uncontrolled craziness, seasoned with humor and a dash of the macabre.

  4. grace says:

    turn on River Dance they are just right

    • Mo Crow says:

      ok, had a look at River Dance… Irish jigs have never really done it for me, was thinking more along the lines of the 1929 Silly Symphony Skeleton Dance!

      • grace says:

        well…good thing there’s a Lot of Stuff in this world…am not a celtic fan either, but way
        more than Disney. As a child that stuff creeped me out and it still did today…it’s an
        odd humor. I’ll stick with riverdance… but whatever, they are Great and quite lighthearted
        to my sense of them

        • Mo Crow says:

          hehe! different strokes for different folks, vive la différence, I still love Disney The Lone Ranger with Johnny Depp playing Tonto was fabulous (universally panned byt the critics) and Alice Through the Looking Glass has received very bad reviews but I am looking forward to seeing it in 3D very soon!

  5. oh me, oh my! i can just see these little critters dancing merrily along in the wake of a plague doctor’s flowing robes! happily bobbing along…

  6. Clever you. The eye beads turn the trick!

    • Mo Crow says:

      they still make me laugh & that’s a good thing ’cause today the laughs are very few and far between

      • handstories says:

        Sorry about your day. Hope your fun creations keep kicking some of the gloom away & that tomorrow is a better day for you. ox

        • Mo Crow says:

          thanks Cindy we had a big job cutting back 30 years worth of arborescent growth on an old creeping fig that had taken over the back stairs in one of our gardens. I wanted to do it in stages over a few months but Old Man Crow got carried away and cut it all down in one go, I freaked out!

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