Do you know that eggs of the most wonderful phoenix species are made of rainbow? They don’t hatch too often. One needs a nice big cataclysm. Only that can awaken the slumbering whirl of dull colours that holds the life of a phoenix in timeless suspense. What kind of cataclysm exactly, you ask? Rumour has it that raging firestorms are best, but it seems that pastel skies bleeding molten tears of gold might work just as well.
The painting reproduction used as a feature image and the source of inspiration for this particular scribble is a work of the Czech pop-surrealist artist Jan Kottman who has kindly let me use it here. For more information on Jan and his paintings, please visit his web – you sure won’t regret if you liked this one.