Crowds at the dresser top
Black marker on Moleskine paper
8 x 10 inches
Barbara Muir © 2015Happy Robbie Burns Day. We were lucky
enough to celebrate yesterday with some
diehard fans of the traditional celebration.
The Caledonian is listed as one of Toronto's
best Scottish restaurants, and they do the
event up proud. There were readings from Burns,
toasts to the Haggis, a brilliant bagpiper,
and highland dancing. Oh and the food
was delicious. Glorious evening!
Today's drawing is of the dresser top in
our back bedroom, where we've been
essentially camping out since October.
In the cold it's one of the warmest rooms
in the house -- but this still life is a bit
more crowded than it would be if half
of these items migrated down the hall.
See if you can pick out my son's
monster clay sculpture in the midst of
this. I like it because basically it is just
a glossy (glazed) lump of brownish
green clay, with a great big tongue
sticking out of it. A helpful symbol
if you were having a bad day.
I have had a delightful day, and hope
you have too.
Have a drawing-your-life day.
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