Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Write a Caption for this piece of Original Art by Jane Monk

Just to make me feel better, I thought I would share one of my Original art drawings ... this one is 21 x 8 inches

and ask you ....  What would you write as a caption for this drawing??

By the way ... all of my Original Fine Art is for sale - contact me through my web site if you are interested. http://janemonkstudio.com/index.php?act=viewDoc&docId=13

Happy tangling for now ... Jane x

20 comments:

  1. "Meet our new Baby" We think he is a boy!

    Hugz

    Sally

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  2. Fancy seeing you down here??..lovely drawing Jane

    very humorous.xx

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  3. " I thought I had worms!"

    love this one! hugz,

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  4. "Just a meeting down under..."

    Great job, Jane. Love it! XOXOX

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  5. Head in the Sand.... Whatever you call it, it's so fun!

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  6. Lonely snake seeks tall voluptuous woman for dating and maybe more!

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  7. I love this - can't think of anything clever - looks like long necks united!!!

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  8. My caption would read "Mr. & Mrs. Flamingo resort to leashing their children". But then I have a strange sense of humor, lol!

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  9. Delightful, Jane!
    How about "Peek-a-Boo!"

    Sheryl Lamarand CZT #4

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  10. "I don't like what I see. Do you?"

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  11. "Look, only one of you can be the early bird; work it out amongst yourselves..." LOL - great illustration!

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  12. It's OK don't get your necks in a knot!
    Stunning Jane!

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  13. Oh my ... how creative you all are ... what a giggle! Love them all. Fran, I can just see your face when you said "I thought I had worms" - makes it all the more funny - love it!
    Thanks for all your input. Jane x

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  14. Don't seem to know my head from a hole in the ground.

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  15. Support your local organ bank!

    Mary
    www.primitiveseasons.blogspot.com

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  16. My first idea was "Flamingos"

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  17. I think I would call it, "the worms crawl in..the worms crawl out" Love your work, so inspiring! ~GIN~

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