O, she doth teach the torches to burn bright!
I call it, “Jeune âne rougissante,” said Blurtso. It’s lovely, said Harlan, does she have any elephant friends?
It’s called, “Jeune âne avec chien,” said Blurtso. How do you know she likes dogs? said Harlan. She must, said Blurtso, just look at her.
It’s warmer today, said Harlan. Yes, said Blurtso. You don’t look very good, said Harlan, what have you been doing? I’ve been painting, said Blurtso. Painting? said Harlan. Yes, said Blurtso, I saw Lizzy again, and I think she should be immortalized like the models of Renoir.
I call it, “Jeune âne au piano.”
Sometimes a small detail can make a scene complete.
Exploiting the grey scale, said Bonny, can give your canvas a dramatic quality.
Today, said Bonny, we will focus on composition. A fortuitous
arrangement of figures can be quite expressive.
Is it possible, said Virginia, to become a sound?
What? said Ditto. I was lost in the melody of your voice.