My friend just told me this painting made her think of the 1941 song (There will be bluebirds over) The White Hills of Dover. What does his say about us, about this moment in history, that our thoughts inexorably wander back to WWII? We naively thought then, or maybe we just hoped, that eventually there would be 'love and laughter, and peace ever after'. The only hope I feel right now is for the comfort we can give each other, the consolation of the embrace we give the ones who need it, even as we keep our eyes open, looking ahead.
In many German cities, cargo bikes are quickly becoming a favourite mode of transport: for getting small kids to school, dogs to the park, and shopping bags home. They are fun, practical, and look cool. If most of us rode bikes instead of cars, gyms might go out of business, but we'd surely all be quite a bit happier. You can get a T-shirt, a laptop sleeve or maybe a water bottle with this design. Here's a link:
Hi there and thank you for visiting my website. I'm an artist and a teacher who sometimes writes stories for children. I can't tell you my favorite color as little as I could tell you my favorite place to live. So I keep mixing it up and trying new things, and not to lose heart or head in the process. Check out my artwork, as well as my books and videos if you want to find out more.