The Kick-About #14 ‘Boogie Doodle’

Some pure delight–we can all use it.

Red's Kingdom


The previous edition of the Kick-About featured a rather precarious vision of a civilisation held together by threads. I won’t labour this analogy any further, but suffice to say civilsation feels a good deal more secure this week! I feel a bit of a celebration coming on. Anyone fancy a boogie?


Jan Blake

“Just a couple of small painting ideas relating to Boogie-Doodle I had various thoughts in my mind as with the American election this week making it tense and electric, the idea of a Boogie of delight became more evident.

So my initial little strip shows the exuberance I felt for the emerging outcome informed at the same time as watching a crow returning to its nest, with what appeared to be a mission of house-clearing, as it proceeded to kick about and turn out the shower of leaves that had landed in his nest. Maybe they…

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10 responses to “The Kick-About #14 ‘Boogie Doodle’”

  1. philgomm says :

    Cheers, Kerfe 🙂

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  2. Phil Cooper says :

    I absolutely loved your Matisse-inspired collages Kerfe, they really dance and zing! A lovely kick-about all round 😊

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  3. robertawrites235681907 says :

    I loved this, Kerfe, your contribution was brilliant.

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  4. D. Wallace Peach says :

    It was great fun to browse through all those artistic impressions, Kerfe. Love the dancing.

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