Wednesday, March 13, 2013

drawing challenge / moon

So many seas and bays, craters and clouds!  Our moon is a marvel, a perfect nightly luminary.

I am a tad late with last week's drawing challenge, hosted by dearest Patrice.


♥ w o o l f ♥ said...

your own story of venice is quite unnerving... so easy to get lost there. all is well that ends well?

i love how you surprise me here. once upon a time i did a performance with a moon painted on newspaper, and i remember all those moon seas... intriguing.
your drawing illuminates in all the right places, and shows us the dark side too...

Patrice A. said...

but it was worth
waiting for!
I love the scribbling
the beautiful dark
the sparkling moon
I love it all
just all
thank you!
and could you make this
in a poster for me?....

Patrice A.

renilde said...

your work makes me think of these black globes one can write on with chalk,
naming places didn't take away the magic, here you rather made the moon an even more mysterious place, beautiful work Rachel, xx

Cally said...

I love your idea for this - and I love that the craters were dubbed mare. How wonderful that when they were named astronomers thought there were seas on the moon (and what a shame that there aren't)!

sarapirat said...

your moon world!

take care,

Kacie said...

Your work is lovely. I'm so happy to have come across your it! I've just spent 30 minutes browsing through your drawings!


Carole said...

So happy to have come back to check in on your moon! It has an old atlas feeling to it, which I love, yet a modern futuristic touch too. xo Carole

annie said...

This was a lovely theme to pick, ladies! Lovely work, Rachel.

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