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Catherine est mort

When i was in France last year, drawing, listening to the French local radio, there was a man telling something about Catherine. Catherine est mort. The girl has died and he was telling her story. I didn't understand it all, but recognized some words. While listening to the voice of the man, i started to sketch and this is what came out..... Isn't it strange but beautiful to feel sorrow in your heart for a girl you never knew?


Denise Scaramai said...

de que el ejercicio maravilloso de la creatividad, escuchar un cuento en otro idioma y ver el nacimiento de un diseño hermoso como este que parece decir:
- no hay forma de cambiar la historia ... Catherine est morte ...

besos :)

Momo Luna said...

Thank you Denise, i had to translate your comment first to understand it. ;-)
True, there is no form to change history....only to tell the story in your own words, in what you experience.

Kisses back for you.

Elisabeth said...

Stories reverberate and you translate them into your own medium. This is such a poignant rendition of Catherine who is dead. Thanks, Momo.

Inkpunk Artworks said...


Process is just as important as any finished work to me. That is why the stories behind any work holds such meaning. After hearing your account, I am immediately transported to that place at that time. History.

Thanks for sharing!

Denise Scaramai said...

momoluna ... sorry because I mixed up the languages google translator
when I saw it was in spanish .... had already sent ....

I take then to say that I liked the new layout of your blog!
most appreciated your wonderful work!

Momo Luna said...

It's okay Denise, i did understand what you wrote. :-) And i am also very contented with my new lay-out. Thank you!