January 26, 2011

Haiga 485 Peter Newton haiku 4


Haiku by Peter Newton. Artwork by myself.
I wanted to give the old key another chance to open something, and I thought making it into a haiga will open up the possibility.
For the drawing like this, I use sumi brush. Draw the lines slowly, letting all the small hand quiverings show. I feel that lines like these have warm and antique qualities.

It was pleasure working on Peter's haiku.

I am open to other collaborations so if anybody interested, send a batch of your haiku to me.
email: seehaikuhere(at)gmail(dot)com

4 comments:

Devika said...

This made me smile...every house has a bunch of keys...nobody knows what it opens :)

Beautiful presentation, Kuni-san :)

wishes,
devika

Henrique Pimenta said...

Les clés, même quand ils sont inutilisés, demeurent essentielles.

:)

kuni_san said...

Thax, Devika san.
Obrigado, Henrique san.
Indeed, the key is essential.

Alan Summers said...

Good to see a haiga from one of Peter Newton's haiku.

library cafe–
we swap lost key stories
as my coffee cools


Alan Summers

Publications credits:
Presence 32 (2007); Tinywords.com (2007); The O’Keefe Brief, O’Keefe Library at SAU, St Ambrose University, Iowa, U.S.A. (2007)


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