Arting for 365 Day 291: Fish Flies Over the Sun

Day 291, Ink and acrylic on May, 1955 Field and Stream magazine

Day 291, Ink and acrylic on May, 1955 Field and Stream magazine

Goal: To create one piece of art each day for 365 consecutive days

If a cow jumps over the moon, why then can’t a fish fly over the sun? A treacherous act, no doubt – but such dangers are to be faced head on if one is to make something of himself, the slippery fish thought. Certainly Evel Knievel did not bow out when threatened by death. No. He faced it head on. Injuries were simply battle marks of all he had accomplished. Flying so close to the hot star could bring dire consequences – a fish fry was not out of the question.

As he peered up into the sky, longing for recognition, he determined it was worth it.

Day 291 Fish Flies Detail

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