Creepy Crawlies

FLY
43 x 61cm (framed)
Ink and acrylic on paper

Grasshopper
43 x 61cm (framed)
Ink and acrylic on paper

Caterpillar
43 x 61cm (framed)
Ink and acrylic on paper

WASP
43 x 61cm (framed)
Ink and acrylic on paper

SPIDER
130 x 72cm (framed)
Ink on paper

 

SELF PORTRAIT

Edvard Munch used to take photos of himself with his artworks.  He thought of the art as his children and the photos as family portraits.  He also used to leave ‘his children’ outside in below zero temperature’s to toughen them up.  Probably a good thing he had no actual children.  Here I am, with my ‘Art in Mind’ children.Image

 

CFC

And then from the dark rose a small creature, and it did have a belly.  And unto its belly it was given some legs with sucery things on.  From it came a head and on that head came twisty things, yea, which also came out of its bum, then some more, from its back.  And it was dark and devilish.  Thus the creature was finished, so its creator stood and said “behold!  The Collfacecaterpillar!”  And it was good.