Sunday, February 10, 2013

Mag 155, 2/10/13, One Morning.

                                                                        artwork by Joseph Lorusso        



    'Good idea!' She hadn't done a painting around colors in a while.The
last one had been reds and ended up as flowers in a swamp scene.
    Here she was out for a cup of java at her local diner. A young couple
decided to relinquish their hold on privacy across from her, just after she
 sat down. Maybe they are making up after a few days of conflict.
She flipped over a piece of paper and began to sketch. 'Yes, yellow, cream 
and tans with hints of reflection ought to be enough challenge- She got the
major elements in place. 'Ok- maybe I can snap a photo for color purposes-
before she opens her eyes! She checked to make sure the flash wouldn't go
off alerting the couple to her plans. After all this is not gay Paris-'...


                                                 



                                           

19 comments:

Laurie Kolp said...

Creative and unique take on the prompt, Izzy.

Hedgi said...

I like this little story, very cool.

Kathe W. said...

clever angle on this image-

Brian Miller said...

ha go seeking inspiration and you will surely find it...and in that moment our art becomes peeping tom...lol...

Catfish Tales said...

No, it's not gay Paris - lol.

Little Nell said...

There was no way her eyes were going to open. she is lost in the moment. A creative take on the prompt.

Karen S. said...

Of course it wasn't- but oh for the steamy romance of it all! I kind of went a bit on this same avenue myself!

Jacqui Binford-Bell said...

Yellow can be a difficult color to work with. Nice vignette on the prompt. Left me wondering if she got caught with the snap.

Theresa Milstein said...

A different take on the prompt!

SueAnn Lommler said...

Fun piece...enjoyed the read very much
Hugs
SueAnn

Sue said...

I love this artwork, and you did it justice. Such a unique take, too.

=)

Lyn said...

A true artist..seeing so many possibilities..love the colors!

Kay said...

i liked you piece a lot.....the image and story...great..x

zongrik said...

i caught the yellow creams too and wondered what was up with that! don't see those colors much in art or in r/l

Wayne Pitchko said...

kewl indeed....thanks for this

Tumblewords: said...

Colorful and fun!

Margaret said...

Love this. My daughters an artist and she sketches in public. :)

Jinksy said...

Interesting tale to arrive at from this picture...

~T~ said...

An inspirational scene, to be sure. And you never know what people are capturing with their gadgets these days, do you?