Monday, December 1, 2008

Metroheads - She's cold

December 1st, 2008 - Métro Parisien

The Woman hugging herself - She's cold. Huddled into her clothes, eyes closed, she avoids any contact with her surroundings, she just looks up from time to time not to miss her stop. Perfect for me and my notebook.



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14 comments:

Kim said...

Happy December 1, Andrea!

You sure have captured the feeling of her being cold in this drawing. I very much love how she gave you the gift of the draw, too. These incredible Metroheads are going to become famous, I am thinking. Well, I, for one, love them.

Hugs Andrea!

Cestandrea said...

Kim:) such a motivating comment is just what is needed here right now, thanks so much, oh it is grey here and I'm in a real Monday-mood, arrrrg.

kalproos said...

brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
to feel só called....
what a pity i would like to put my arms arround her.

xxx
klaproos

klaproos said...

whahahaha
feel so cold:-))))
saying i called... phewwwwww
it's hot in here, turn on the fan :-)))

Cris, Artist in Oregon said...

Oh I feel her coldness. We went from lovely warm clear weather to foggy and cold here, but not that cold yet. Just dreary gray. Hard to be insipired when it is dreary and cold. Great drawing.

Martine said...

And how did you keep your fingers warm?
Sketching.........sketching!

Cestandrea said...

klaproos brrrrr yes, and night begin to fall at 4 p.m now, oh no!

Kim said...

Here is a Warm Monday Hug for you today Andrea!

Cestandrea said...

martine, oh in the metro cars it is not cold, but I think that people do this to protect themselves from the crowd too!

Cestandrea said...

Kim thanks so much, Monday hugs are the best:)

Lynn said...

Burr, I am cold looking at her...or should I be warm as her jacket seems to fend off the cold and she is warm in the metro?
Great rendering!

Cestandrea said...

Lynniskynni, I too think she's cold but apreciates the moment in the metro where it is warmer!

soulbrush said...

wrote a comment and oops it's gone...
what i was saying is- why don't you approach the metro company to put some of this wonderful art in their stations, like they are now doing in london (and poetry, we have poetry up in some trains now).

Cestandrea said...

Soulbrush, this is a good idea, I'll think about it! thanks so much:)