13
Dec
12

2 roberts and a door ajar

you don’t often pay much attention to your own front door, except for when you do (cleaning it, hanging a wreath [never], catching yourself reflected in the frosted glass panels.)

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what struck me was that the head looks so old while the body doesn’t and that little bit of distortion in the right panel doesn’t improve anything either (just a hint of francis bacon’s melting faces). and before you ask, yes that is a buggy reflected in the left panel. it’s for billy who loves a longer walk as long as he doesn’t have to, you know, actually walk. (the life and times of an elderly dog walker–that ‘elderly’ is modifying both the dogs and their human companion.)

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