Monday, November 7, 2011

Not in the writing mood


But that's ok. My friend, the artist Dianne Patrizzi, included Phoebe's face in her latest piece. Phoebe's not the star, but I've always thought supporting characters make or break a work of art.

Click here to see Patrizzi's picture and post in toto. Toto? What am I saying? I mean, Phoebe.

20 comments:

  1. It looked to me like Phoebe was the focal point of the piece. She's not blue or green, after all. And she looks like she was enjoying sharing Thor's cake.

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  2. Maybe you're in the mood for a little reading, wine, and macarons. I know it can't compare to writing but it works for me.

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  3. love the doggy, but really - now i'm in the mood for reading, wine and macarons.

    xxa

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  4. I agree that the supporting cast makes the picture. I'm much happier to see a tribute to lovely Phoebe, a coyote, flowers and ducks than Wild Bill, who should have known better than to light a fire under an oak tree in the middle of Hahamongna.

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  5. She looks beautiful, such a lovely tribute to your girl.

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  6. She looks like a star to me. I went and looked at the total piece. wild stuff and creative stuff!

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  7. Sweet Phoebe. Dianne really captured her.

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  8. I know; the picture pleases me much, so much.

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  9. Margaret is right. Lot of heart and soul in that picture and in Phoebe's eyes.

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  10. Oh, what a good girl.

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  11. Very sweet, she of course made the piece

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  12. Oh, Phoebe. She's so beautiful ~ Dianne has portrayed her magnificently. I would much rather sit and gaze here than write.

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  13. Bet that beautiful work of art inspired a couple of stories out of you. Love her eyes.

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  14. Beautiful. She's really captured Phoebe's expressive eyes.

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  15. Lovely Phoebe! So beautiful painting!

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  16. Oh I love this. I'm off to see the "tout" thing!
    V

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  17. I love this portrait of Phoebe. Dianne is so talented.

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