Thursday, 11 November 2010

Sometimes I Think I Know

I knew I know

I Thought

What's in my head will have to stay there for now. I had much to say coming into these three and coming out, there isn't much left that I can put in words. I have the sketches for this titled Armour. I feel a lot less need to be guarded tonight as I did when I began these. I feel a bit hollow actually. I’m waiting for the beauty of eyes and smiles in sunlight and lovers at twilight to fade away as it always does. It must be worth something to feel.

Below is my companion Blue Cat. He's most skilled at getting in my space and my face – literally. He's obviously not the most pleasant creature. :)


Look up and keep good,

As a brother and friend told me recently, peace, love and passion fruit!

I knew I know I Thought

8 comments: said...

Its my Birthday on Monday! I want to give myself a peice of your work to me! BUT DAMMIT TELL US WHERE WE CAN ORDER!!

Im scared to order even.. cause I feel youd just come up with one I like more!

Lion-ess said...

your cat is adorable! I'm tempted to get one when I move out. My own sign of independence.

What ever you have to say is coming out in your artwork! I need to put in another order soon soon!

~Decidedly Imperfect~ said...

I love these, per usual! I love your transparency with your art. Keep it up!!

Also, my cat Ava loves to get in my workspace. I had some magazines in my lap last night while working on a project. She walked right up & laid across my lap then gave me a nasty look when I tried to move her over. I took it as a sign that I needed to take a cuddle break!

Charles (Illumistrations) said...

Thats some awesome inspiring work there Brianna!

Anonymous said...

These are exceptionally powerful! And I agree with the first commentator, where can we purchase??? Pretty please???


hbynoe said...

these are beautiful Brianna.
I would love to see these in the flesh. Do you work out of a studio? Blessings


I'm loving you work, I'm a designer from Barbados also your newest follower.

In the near future I hope to write a childrens book on my childhood growing up in Barbados.

I also got to read your interview on Summer Edwards's blog. I look forward to seeing more of your work.

Lisa xx

Kaya said...

Brianna...I love your art, very impressed. I first read about you in your interview in Dasheen...I am now following you.
One Love