Sunday, August 24, 2014

on hold

I know I've been absent for a long time, and the story of The Great Anatolian Road Trip is no longer current, but it has been a very busy twenty-five days. I spent two marvellous weeks in Portugal with family, then returned to a maelstrom of laundry, preparation for the new school year, and work for an upcoming exhibition. Yes, I will finally show my drawings again! I'll let you know more about it closer to the time, but for now, Harika is on hold, and I hope that continuing the tales of my adventures in Eastern Anatolia at a later date will not affect the story at all.

Here's a preview of the sketch I did of the famed "Gypsy Girl" at the Gaziantep Zeugma Mosaic Museum:

If I can get through the next two weeks efficiently, I might be able to start posting again. Until then, enjoy the end of your summer!


barbara said...

Thanks for the update, we do worry when there are long gaps but understand when busyness takes precedence!

Looking forward to information on the show of your work.


szaza said...

Thank you, Barbara! Working away...

André Pinto said...

Thank God you're back!


szaza said...

Thank you, André!