Sunday, June 21, 2009

Enigma

I caught a mysterious face in the clouds this afternoon. It was amazing to see how well-formed his eyes and face were even before I began painting. I haven't quite figured this fellow out. I'd love to hear your thoughts on the matter. (grin)

Below is the original cloud formation I caught on camera.



13 comments:

tera said...

He looks like some kind of shaman. Not quite Native American, but not quite druidic (is that a word?) either. I like his expression a lot!

Christy said...

He looks like a Greek mythical God! Amazing cloud formation!!

Lydia said...

I see an expression of great concern and benevolence.
Another great cloud, Beth.

animaegirl said...

He looks like a native American chief, do you see his head dress?

Amber

Clytie said...

He is well named - "Enigma". Very majestic, very ethereal, very well spotted!

Willow said...

Very odd, root and branch. Makes me think of Treebeard.

I'm an Oregon native, now transplanted to SoCal. I noticed you are in Oregon too.

Cathy said...

Hello, came to see your mug but looked at your art instead. Very nice indeed and the face in the clouds is wonderful. I love his eyes. He looks benign to me.

Grannie Annie said...

He is the Cloud Master come to check out the crazy earthling who spends so much time ogling his subjects, and who is, at this very moment pointing her weapon at him. Gadzooks!

~Cheryl said...

Oh, my! I was merely trying to figure out whose foot I was looking at. Such a lovely big toe! :)

Smart Mouth Broad said...

You ARE amazing!

Woman in a Window said...

Oh, he's powerful. Philosopher came to mind right away.

Catherine said...

He could be Neptune... perhaps taking a break from the bottom of the sea...

Pearl said...

What wonderful vision you have! I love to look at the clouds too and people think I'm nuts when I say "doesn't that cloud look like a horse pounding down on us" people need to stop and slow down and they would be amazed at what they see! Only a true artist such as yourself could see what others cannot. That's why I love artists always seeing the beauty in all things. Pearl