Quiet Fishing

I wanted to make this drawing/painting give a perspective from both over and under the water surface.

To give an indication of what’s going on beneath.

And there is nothing much to see there, to be honest.

It looks like it’s going to be a very quiet day at the job for this fisherman.

As a professional I bet he’s all focused on the disappointing turnout.

But wouldn’t it be nice to be there, just rolling silently on the waves.

 

I guess it’s like that for most of us.

We see more of the positive sides of other peoples existence than in our own.

I’ve heard that it’s a survivors intstinct we have, to focus on potential problems and improvements.

But we need a lot less of that now.

So I’ll try to find all the positive sides of my own days instead.

Because there’s a lot of it when I go looking 🙂

7 thoughts on “Quiet Fishing

  1. I’ve noticed that as I’m browsing through my Word Press reading each morning, your art always catches my eye, and I always know at once that it’s yours. You’ve developed a very unique, personal style. That is awesome! I hope one day I’ll be able to find a style of art that is completely my own.

    1. Thank you so much for telling me this, Judith. That really made my day 🙂

      I feel that I’ve found a direction lately which is my own, and I’m therefor extra glad that it catches your eye.

      I have to say, though, that I think you do have a recognizable style in your paintings. Your sceneries, with green grass, leafy trees and calm waters gives a great feeling of peace and love for nature. Places I would love to wander about 🙂

      1. Thanks so much. I really do enjoy seeing your drawings every morning. I don’t always stop to comment, but please know that they always bring a smile to my face. Happy “arting”!

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