Monday, July 09, 2007

GEEKY


Bethesda (Maryland) Urban Partnership wanted a "whacky" artist to represent their annual children's street festival. I created this non-gender, non-ethnic character by utilizing an artist's wooden model as the basic person, then dressed it and posed it in geekiness.

Thanks for visitng! ellen

7 comments:

Focus_ret said...

What a joyful image!

md said...

has a light festive quality to it like ur colors and movement

Michelle Lana said...

great work.

ValGalArt said...

I love it! Clever and great joy and movement!!!

studio lolo said...

Oh I think it's perfect Ellen!

Twisselman said...

Great color combos and lots of energy in this. A happy piece... happy geekiness.

Glad to hear your husband likes Westerns. I own "...Liberty Valence" and a bunch more. My wife likes romantic comedies. We own a bunch of DVDs, but when we sit down together to watch something that we'll both enjoy, we're at a loss. Maybe someone will do a romantic Western comedy... don't think "McCabe and Mrs. Miller" qualifies.

Kim Carney said...

oh i love this Ellen!