imaginary animals


Some of the characters I collected in my camera at the V&A last week, having filtered through my imagination, turned up in my art journal.

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As they evolved along the way,

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some got a little lost under the layers.

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faces merge animals and human,

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some characters from other projects join them.

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As the weekend wore on,

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the colours developed

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The doodles built up

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The tribe became established on the page

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I can’t think of any meditation I enjoy more than getting lost in patterns and colours.

 

 

15 thoughts on “imaginary animals

    1. thank you again. I think sometimes a few of us tap into the same part of the collective unconscious to draw on ideas. I’ve felt compelled to add more faces and characters to my drawing lately. Maybe the abstracts are established enough now to start becoming populated.

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