As part of a spring-themed collaborative series between Kris and Steve Loya, this is an original, one-of-a-kind piece of art (not a print), measuring at 5 x 7 inches on 140lb watercolor paper, using watercolors and archival pen and marker.
May Flowers Monster 17
Kandinsky had a song in his heart but had trouble getting it out there for the world to hear. To clear his mind, Kandinsky decided to take a walk in the woods where he could work out a melody and hear himself hum. It was a good start but his melody was going nowhere. Soon he was joined by a couple of songbirds who sang along, adding more notes to his melody. Then another one perched on his nose and added several more notes to the melody. Finally, a few more birds joined in and harmonized with the others, until Kandinsky found the sounds he was looking for to make the perfect song. Perhaps Kandinsky should take a walk in the woods more often.