The mysterious world of MONICA CROESE


In progress: Requiem for a lost innocence

I've been working on this drawing lately and the story grows. I'm very contented with it so far. Thoughts and feelings are formed on the blanc paper, whispering about fear, passion, love and hope. All the mysteries of human kind. All their secrets and dreams. Beyond good and evil......

Click on the images for a larger view. Some details:

The scent of a flower, shitting pigeon and Shhhhhhhhhhhht

Cuttling a sweet bunny, hands up, can't see and a faun from Spain


William Michaelian said...

Ah, what a glorious world....

jbkrost said...

This is wild and wonderful!!
the composition begs the eye to move around the work.
great job

Inkpunk Artworks said...

Oh, Monica! I saw this and my heart skipped a beat. There are shades of Picaso's Guernica, Bosch's nightmares, and the uniquness that is you all rolled into one. I am in love with this...the boldness of the red gives it a sense of urgency and horror.

Yes, Caio is right, it's my nature to worry about the people that I care about. I know what it's like to live with an artist's mind, and it's not always plesant. I've learned over the years to harness negative and dark energy and make good of it. I am glad that you are okay and are doing well. I was just making sure ;)

You have made my evening a good one. Thank you!

Take care, my sweet friend,

Poetic Artist said...

Wow so much detail and a good and strange story it tells.
Take care.

Mahendra Nazar said...

wow..fantastic momo!!

Denise Scaramai said...

Momo is very inspiring! fantastic!

all ways 11 o'clock said...

Momo Luna- This intense painting bares closer and closer looks from people. A wonderful piece.
Thank you for sharing this with us.


Harry Kent said...

Brian is so right - Guernica, Bosch, and uniquely you - what a vision, what a work!!! ah, a little dash of Munch, i see, peeking out from under an elbow

a lost Eden, you map the Fall from innocence and grace to brutality and pain - a diseased society entangled in a barb-wire of self-seeking pleasure and violence, blind and mute to the corruption in its midst

quite breathtaking, prophetic, beautiful, chilling

nouvelles couleurs - vienna atelier said...

is wonderfull, very suffred, great

whitney-anne said...

i like all the detail - looking at it and then seeing more and then more

Bitch said...

It is myfirst time visiting.
Your work is amazing and you
should be very proud!

joanne May said...

Wow Momo,
This artwork has grown. It is very powerful work. I love it!:)
I could see this painted huge on a wall in a public place, for all to see!
It reminds me of the Guernica painting by Pablo Picasso. I don't know why. Maybe because of the strong figures depicted.

Elisabeth said...

Amazing work,Momo. I see you often on Face Book, but I tend to respond mostly in the blogosphere.

Still I am aware of how you are going these days.

Wonderful work. Congratulations.

ALeks said...

OH yes!!! Now we are talking!!! I LOVE THIS,EACH INCH OF IT!!!! WOW!!
Love and hugs Luna!!

Rachel said...

Oh, liebe Monica,

das nenne ich sehr gut gelungen!!! WOW!!!

herzlichst, Rachel

Liv Sørvaag said...

wow !
This drawing is great !
love it :-)

Best from Liv

Leni said...

Oh my this is perfect.... So dreamy! Love your style!

kathrin said...

ganz herzliche Grüße von Kathrin

Annie said...

Monica, dit is schitterend! Groetjes.

Nina E Jørgensen said...

these drawings are amazing, the composition is so detailed!! Thanks for visiting my blog!

Dan Gliubizzi said...

Great Drawings. I like everything about them!

Momo Luna said...

Thank you William for your kind words. :-)

Thank you JB. Maybe it's because i am wild at times. ;-) I like to create new worlds....

Dear Brian,
i'm so happy with your sweet comment also because of your sharp eye and mind. I'm happy you see the references. :-)
I feels good knowing to have friends all over the world. Be sure i care for you too. :-)

thank you Katelen, i like to tell stories.... My head is full of them.

Thank you so much Mahendra!

That i inspire makes me happy. Thank you Denise!

Yes, Robert, i love worlds into worlds into... And most of the time i also paint a river or something with water. I really don' know why haha.
Thank you for commenting.

Oh how i love your comments and insight Harry. Thank you very much. I'm pleased you also find Munch in it. I love to place some references from art history in my work.

Thank you lovely Laura!

Hi Whitney-Anne,
nice that you see more and more. There's so much in it indeed.

Thank you Bitch and welcome. And i am (most of the time) Proud f.t.i.

That's such a great, tempting idea Joanne. Now i'm considering to make such a large wallpainting. Maybe you think of Picasso, because he's in this drawing? :-)
Thank you for your inspiring comment.

Tnx Elisabeth,
sometimes i'm more on FB and other times more on blogger. But FB is faster on interactive actions.
I'm also aware of you dear Elisabeth, haven't forgot you.
Sweet greetz!

haha, dank lieve ALeks! Wasn't i talking before then? ;-)
xxx voor jou!

Danke darling Rachel. xxx

Thank you Liv, i aprreciate your comment a lot!
All the best for you too.

Tnx Leni. I love your style also. A lot!

Hello Kathrin, nice that you're back. Sweet greetz for you too!

Dank je Annie! :-D

TY Nina, and welcome. Nice seeing you here.

Thank you Dan!

And i wish everybody a great weekend!

Dave King said...

I'm bowled over. These are fantastic. I think I could never tire of looking at them. Congrats.

Momo Luna said...

Thank you so much Dave. There's much to see in it, that's right. :-)

Harnett-Hargrove said...

This growing piece is full of potent stories. I spy the 'scream'.... fantastic work Momo. -J

Caio Fernandes said...

HOW !!???
i loved this work , all these details . so good to see you developing a work this way .
very unique and authentic .

ria said...

Brian said it already, "my heart skipped a beat when I saw your images," just awesomely & delicately beautiful!

Momo Luna said...

Thank you so much Jayne. It always pleases me if people see the references in my work. :-)

Haha, i don't know Caio. But i'm glad you finally are here. I was waiting for you. ;-)
Thanks for your kind comment, you know how i appreciate your opinion.

Thank you dear Ria, that makes my heart sing, these sweet comments.

Willy. said...

An ocean of inspiration!!
the yellow submarine, fantastic.
Indian summer grtngs,Willy.

Momo Luna said...

Thank you so much Willy! The yellow submarine, i like that. :-)

Heatwave greetings back for you!

Woman in a Window said...

So interesting to me that you say, beyond evil, as on first look, it does appear sinister in its way. And so it is with life and love and death, I suppose. Very strong imagery - I can not turn away.