Corona Kimono April 7, 2020

My drawing today

I just finished my drawing for my Corona Kimono for today.  The idea to start with the stone wall came to me this morning as I woke up. Then I saw The Lace Tree, still standing.

Julz, my bellydancing teacher has faithfully posted videos for us to practice and dance to and yesteday she did a half-hour Zilling lesson (Zills are the finger cymbals we wear and play while dancing). So I put three zills in this drawing. One is missing for what we miss by not being able to zill and dance together.

The snail mug holds the tea or Kombucha I bring to my studio in the morning and the crocus is spring.

Working on my Corona Kimono



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7 thoughts on “Corona Kimono April 7, 2020

  1. Of all your art I love your drawings the most – beautiful. And if I could copy your converse shoes I would btw!

  2. What a wonderful use of the kimono! Your entries are so large though that I’m afraid you’ll run out of space! This virus will be around for a long, long time.

    Did you know that ‘corona’ means crown?

    1. Hazel, I have no interest in trying to plan how much to draw according to how long the virus might go on. I don’t work that way. I will definitely run out of space unless a miracle happens. This way I get to begin another on some other fabric if I want to. And no, I didn’t know that’s what corona means.

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