Sunday, July 17, 2005























Qui est-tu morceau de marbre terni par la pluie et la solitude.
Quitte car moi je ne te reconnais point.

6 Comments:

Blogger Delirious said...

Solitude, quel pouvoir tu as, si tu arrives à ternir même le marbre...

6:15 AM  
Blogger Majd Batarseh said...

i enjoyed your blog very much.. your drawings are more than wonderful.. very true and deep..
that story of Y you narrated was soo touching i guess it is a story of "I" too!! it is such a bless to have people around in such times.. whenever i have the chance to visit Tennessee i will make sure i pass by that restaurant to have a look on the menu.. oops i mean your mural :)
have a nice day &God Bless

9:54 AM  
Blogger KNL said...

Wow, I really like your blog, it is one my favorites that I've seen. I especialy like your art work. It is quite amazing! Keep up the great work!
Nouri

8:04 PM  
Blogger natalie said...

i was mesmerized by ur art. i admit i skipped most of the actual literature! Your drawings are that moving.

2:38 PM  
Blogger Fouad said...

Petra:
I am sure you will enjoy the menu very much :) Thanks for stopping by.

Nouri:
You are very kind. Art is my way of dealing with the frustrations and pains of society, politics, and the individual. You seem to have taken an early and sure dive, head first, into the political ocean. I sincerely wish you good luck, and do stop by often.

Natalie:
How could you have skipped all the "literature"? I am very disappointed. Yet I will forgive you for being honest about it and because you are a newcomer :) Thank you for your kind words and welcome to the blogosphere, as we like to call it.

6:50 PM  
Blogger ArtFiNaLe said...

Hello,
Nice post...
Love the artwork :)

3:18 AM  

Post a Comment

<< Home