Friday, June 6, 2014

Stainless steel porcelain - Israeli magic in Paris

Yesterday evening I saw Rona Kenan in Paris.

I adore her presence, but never see her live, so I decided not to draw this time,

The place was standing only, which set me vibrating - I have place to move! I gotta draw!!
Since I had no materials I asked the place for some paper, all they had was a fanzine, so be it...
Than I remembered I adopted an art auction catalog from a doctor's office...

She was wonderful, greatly supported by the fantastic Eran Weitz, who (just like Joe Pass and Ella) was a great support and managed to contain and complete her.

More concert details: here

This is my attempt to catch yesterday's wind in a bag.

A few notes:
- There was Paco Ibanies as well for two songs!
- Some drawings are bi-colored - I drew them with both hands same time.

Till Nextime!

Yer bear.


  1. AnonymousJune 09, 2014

    You are excellent in drawing music! I like when sometimes the lines look like hand-writing text (the alphabet changing depending on the drawings)
    Here is my top three:
    - the green one (smoke shaman vision from the 3 containers?)
    - the red one with monalisa background
    - the "swiss art" one (n°3 from the end)

    1. Thanks a lot!
      I am always glad to see someone actually sees what I post...
      - My favorite one I gave to Rona (and I hope she scans it so I can post it :(
      - The red one is the one I like the least, so this is very interesting! I thought of not publishing it but have a rule I publish what I don't like and what I like , and it is the ones I am indifferent to I allow myself not to publish.

  2. These are great, especially with the museum pieces in the background :) I just organized my first sketching Meetup this past week, and there was live music (which I did not plan, but it turned out there was a festival). Every time I draw at a concert I think of the Rhys Chatham event you brought me to. :)

    We had so much fun I am going to repeat the Meetup at another free concert in two weeks!


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