"I try to apply colors like words that shape poems, like notes that shape music." - Joan Miró, artist
Happy Birthday, Joan Miró (2015) by Joan Terrell
Original palette knife oil painting
6" x 6" museum quality gessobord™ panel
© Joan Terrell
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Hope it makes you smile!
April 20, 1893
Please forgive my tardiness in wishing you a happy birthday, but I've been out on the farm. Viewing the tilled fields reminded me to bake you this multi-layered cake. Hope you like peanut butter.
Hope you've been well and that people have stopped pronouncing your name as JoAnn, which is a small irritation that I, myself have endured. I must confess, my dear, that when I first saw your name, I thought I had found my mirror image, but then alas.
Maybe I can see your sketch of the head of this peasant sometime soon and am sure you have expressed my likeness exactly. The next time you visit, I will serenade you with a birthday song, if not too much of a melancholic singer.
Now this farmer's wife must return to tending her horse, Red, and making sure her husband's pipe doesn't burn down the barn.
Remember, dearest friend, you are welcome to drop by any time and I'll keep an eye out for you.