Monday, September 5, 2011


The moon speaks the language of the quiet unknown of the shadow places, the hidden which are not seen but felt inside.


Richard Ewing said...

I really like numbers 3 and 4.
I like the way the moon is looking back at Aeneas carrying him out from Troy.

and the Gorey-like mystery of the moon and man in masks is a never-ending joy. Their expressions seem to imply there's much more to their story than meets the mask.


Alice Andreini said...

I love these sketches, but my fav is the first. It is a joy to see your exploration of an idea.

Rod MacGregor said...

Always like your sketches Bill!