stormA weathervane that stood atop my parent’s house was recovered following Hurricane Sandy. The storm had lifted the duck figure off the wind directionals and over their house before dropping it in the front yard, it’s brief flight cut short by a damaged wing.

Published in: Uncategorized on February 12, 2013 at 3:30 pm  Comments (6)  

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  1. Oh, what a shame – that looks like a gorgeous weather vane! Can it be mended?

    It’s made a great subject for a piece of artwork though. Very, very nicely done. I do like your pencil/graphite drawings.

    • Thank you for the comment, Jay. Perhaps the weather vane can be repaired -I will look at it after my parent’s house is renovated. By the way, the drawing is pen & ink -not graphite.

  2. Oh! It looks so hurt, and unmoving. Can you fix it?

    • Hopefully the weather vane can be repaired but it will have to wait till my parent’s house is renovated.

  3. Very appropriate subject for “storm”! And wonderful illustration as always. I’ve been catching up on your latest and enjoying them all. “Wheel” brings back nice memories as does your striking “wings”. I see we were on the same wavelength for “myth” too!

  4. This is a fine drawing. It provokes sadness and hope, because the first idea that comes to mind is ‘What a poor dead bird’ and the first question that comes to mind is ‘Can it be restored and put up again?’

    Can we expect a drawing in the near future of this bird proudly overlooking the roof of your parent’s house again? I wish your parents all the best with restoring their home.

    And I wish you a Happy Valentine’s Day.

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