Tuesday, June 10, 2008

NEW from The Birdhouse Series -

"Birdhouse VI"
manipulated digital drawing by Mick Mather
I'm in the home stretch with the work slated to go on exhibition at The Weiskotten Gallery for the month of July. I'd like to get at least two more images produced for this series but feel that I'm pushing it. Since I need to assemble the disk that goes to the printer by tomorrow, I'm uncertain that said pieces will be forthcoming. One never knows and I do have the last completed birdhouse slated to go up tomorrow. I have a late meeting and might just as well warn you now that it will be a hit and run post. As I keep saying, can't stop to chat longer, back to work!

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Blogger Trijnie said...

Hi Mick, i'm not very active lately.
I like the work that I see very much. It changed very interesting to see

12:58 AM  
Blogger hpy said...

Even when your house is ready you build a new one upon it.

2:06 AM  
Blogger Lisa Sarsfield said...

I will be sad when you have finished your bird house series. How selfish is that? lol. I will ofcourse be happy for you that you have achieved a great series and have a place to show them off in the 'real.' I hope the exhibition goes well. This one looks to me as if the nest got so big it spilled over the sides:) I am also sure that the bird here is singing for a mate. Chanting and chatting and showing off it's beautiful home and saying "look at me, see what a good provdier I am..."
Well that's my take on it anyway! lol.

Nice observation on "Eire" I had done that subconciously but your right, I probably connect with it's nest like qualities!
Oh and I can't believe you have that book!! What are the chances? It is beautiful isn't it, I was thrilled to find it in the 2nd hand shop!
Almost writing my own book here ;)

2:27 AM  
Blogger Mick said...

It's a delight to see you back, even if just a little bit. It's funny that you mention the changes. From your perspective I'm sure it appears dramatic in a way. For me, since I do little changes every day, it often gets past me. Thanks, Trijinie, stop again when you have a chance. :)

LMAO! Well, some birds just want to have things old school! :D

lisa sarsfield:
I always say that it's as much fun for me to know what some of you see as it is for me to tell what's going on. I have to admit that this piece was just about a bird sitting on top of the house. You and Hélène have shown me that there's a nest up there ... perhaps there's a hole in the roof and year after year of nest building has pushed things above the peak?

5:01 AM  
Blogger SusuPetal said...

This is spooky.
Birds are, too.

Seen too much Hitchcock.

I'm waiting for your exhibition, although Iäm not able to see it.

10:16 AM  
Blogger Mick said...

Yes, way too much Hitchcock! :D

11:03 AM  

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