Sunday, December 23, 2007

Illustration Friday: Horizon

This week's Illustration Friday word is Horizon. I had a lot of work to choose from, but I ended up using this. It's a digitally altered picture printed on some heavily textured paper and collaged onto the cover of a discarded book. It says... I wish I could get out of this dead end job.
My husband and I went out on a date the other night for my birthday. Without kids. That wouldn't seem too significant except for the fact that we had not been out together without the kids since we moved to Arizona. That would be September of 2006, if memory serves.
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That sounds pathetic, I know.
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I used to wish I could see over the horizon, but recently I have decided that today's troubles are indeed enough for today.

5 comments:

Emila Yusof said...

great piece!

dianeclancy said...

Very nice piece! And I am glad you got out ... day to day can get tedious!!

~ Diane Clancy
www.dianeclancy.com/blog

studio lolo said...

yeah, leaving a dead end job will certainly bring us to better horizons! yay, a date! I barely remember what they are. Happy Birthday Otto!! I hope to see much more of your wonderful work in the new year. All the best...Lolo

Marina said...

Great piece of art.
Very "warm" and 'confortable' (I'm sorry I'm french I try to find the rigth words but sometimes I fail:),I like it very much!

daniela said...

I love the colors and textures, and the energy in the handwriting is great. I can relate to the feeling of needing to flee, too...