13 thoughts on “Doodling Bongdoogle 312.

  1. I am enthralled by your work, M. It is such fun to engage with each created being, to speculate upon each countenance, to participate, to work my mind around the themes and their fanciful existences. From a pen point to a line to discovered dimensions in various textures and hues. Do I see imagined geographies, appendages, personages? Yes, I do.
    Serendipitous encounters with fellow travelers too — Hello, familiar fellow guests 🙂
    As you tell us in your About about your whereabouts:

    “In the search for certainty I stumbled over ambiguity and fell into the abyss of wide eyed unknowing emitting subterranean mumbles of color.”

    “Mumbles of color” did I read? My avatar being is Mandrake Mumbletunes, and I am quite adept at stumbling. 🙂

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    1. Bill what a grand comment. People don’t often see what I’m doing and when I encounter someone like you it generates the impetus to continue and stay the course. I sincerely thank you for the gift of inspiration my friend.

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      1. You are kindly welcome, my friend. I am gratified to serve as an impetus for your imagination. There is something about the blank sheet that stares back at the artist: as if the empty surface were also regarding the artist, seeking inspiration to create a work of art. Of course, it matters not what the blank medium might be — the uncarved block, the empty cup, the blank page. At some point, your pen meets the surface and ideas commence. I like to think of the forms doodled as open to your sustained imagination and as unique as a signature.

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