It’s a rainy day here where I am. It may be sunny where you read this, but you have your rainy days too.
I love the rain: it shows us another side of life. Rain is calming. Rain slows you down. It interferes with your plans, but it makes you accommodate its plans which are Nature’s plans.
A room takes on a new character on a rainy day. Corners of the room farthest from the light assume an air of mystery. Some pictures are like rainy days. They are dark. They are mysterious and somewhat amorphous perhaps. This drawing of the koi pond yearns after that element of shadow, of light obscured, of darkness that you can peer into, a darkness that holds ideas and memories.
I feel like the rain outdoors falls onto this pond as well — in imagination — and makes ripples travel across its water’s surface.
This is one of the drawings available at my Fine Art America site. You can find it here — especially if you’re looking for something for a rainy day —
And I’ve written about it before, here: