An abstract page that grew out of playing around with my purple pen.
STRESS, TENSION AND PAIN BEND MINDS THAT GROW BUT AFTER ALL WAR I REMAIN WITH A PURPLE HEART FROM SURVING -PAUL MORADO
It was worth checking out the Harbour Centre aka: Vancouver Lookout. Only $11 you can visit the top deck from opening to closing during the day. It was quite a breathtaking view of metro Vancouver and it greater area in 360 degree view. It was a bit of overcast day and during a clear day you could see Vancouver Island and its BC’s capital, Victoria.
I’m sure you will notice I have some tapes on my ticket, reason why I did this.. The ink that is on the ticket is called Thermal print, you know the type you always get as an receipt.. Keep a receipt for about a month or so and the ink is no longer visible.. If you want to keep it, just put clear tape on top of it and you got yourself a keeper.
This was one of my first attempts at oil pastels. I’m not sure if it was because i bought cheap pastels or maybe because i have no real knowledge in them but the pastels started getting clumpy parts in it.
Even tho maybe they never really belonged to you.
(Couldn’t get all the stars to shine at the same time Was holding a lamp above it and still… )
tonight’s the night that the purple trees die….. though I secretly hope that its just cause its winter and come spring they will bloom again.
Riding the 3 to Chambers Street from Grand Army Plaza on a Friday mornin’. Focus was much on Beardy with the black cap that the woman in foreground becomes camouflaged, appears almost taking form of the body, reminding me of Shel Silverstein in her whimsied napping contrasting his intense, albeit a bit ironic, appearance.