Wednesday, 2 July 2008

Favourite song/Arty Girlz challenge

It's not a new work, I did it a couple of years ago in fact, but this is about one of my favourite songs by Leonard Cohen.

And where, where, where is my Gypsy wife tonight
I've heard all the wild reports, they can't be right
But whose head is this she's dancing with on the threshing floor
whose darkness deepens in her arms a little more
And where, where is my Gypsy wife tonight?
Where, where is my Gypsy wife tonight?
Ah the silver knives are flashing in the tired old cafe
A ghost climbs on the table in a bridal negligee
She says, "My body is the light, my body is the way"
I raise my arm against it all and I catch the bride's bouquet
And where, where is my Gypsy wife tonight?...
Too early for the rainbow, too early for the dove
These are the final days, this is the darkness, this is the flood
And there is no man or woman who can't be touched
But you who come between them will be judged
And where, where is my Gypsy wife tonight


Julie said...

WOW This is fantastic

Thanks for joining in with the Arty Girlz challenge once again xx

Heather Robinson said...

Absolutely stunning. You've captured these wonderful lyrics so beautifully! The colours you've used are very lovely as well.

Dawn said...

Beautiful art work - love the whole design

kath said...

Beautiful work and a great take on such a beautiful song

crissi said...

wow this is stunning i dont think i have heard of the song nice lyrics .

Thanks for joining in with the Arty Girlz challenge.

crissi xx

Em's Blog said...

Galina this piece is just gorgeous and fits with the lyrics perfectly.. love it.

mueppi said...

Deine Karte ist wunderschön!

Karen said...

gorgeous piece Galina, love it. :)

Debbie said...

This is so beautiful and elegant Galina

Anonymous said...

It may not be a new piece Galina but it is still without doubt my favourite piece of yours ever. It's just stunning and the fact that it is hand drawn makes it all the more special. It's real art this piece! x

Sharon said...

So beautifully created, Galina. Your work is so meaningful.

Zuzu's Blog said...

very beautiful and elegant ( very galina) and as ever very meaningful