Wednesday, July 04, 2007

Coconut Farm




Coconut Farm
A sketch of a young coconut farmer holding a machete and sitting on a pile of "buko" or immature green coconuts.
July 07, 2007. 13 x 21 cm. HB #2 Pencil on Paper. By David Eric Poarch.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

What can I say.. you are so talented.
You are also good in sketching.. Do more and have an exhibit someday to all your drawings or sketches.

Godspeed!

Watanuki said...

Nice one David!

Mahusay sumulat, mahusay din gumuhit.

idol ka talaga!

~3b3n3z3r~

rt said...

wow thats really nice n cute! i hope to see it in color to make it more detailed n bring life to it. =]

Anonymous said...

David, you're really talented in almost all fields of interest. Keep it up. I agree on one reader that you need to come up with a portfolio of your art works for an art exhibit someday.

ALFRED WILLY said...

David,

This Coconut Farm Boy sketch takes me back to my childhood days, growing up in a little town in Mindanao, comfortably sitting and watching workers/employees working for my Dad in our coconut farm during harvest season until I was twelve years old. That was the perfect moment when I can vividly remember dreaming, and my mind wondering what life's meaning was all about and if indeed there was one. My Dad was a coconut farmer/businessman.
Wonderful and happy memories I will forever cherish. How I long to go back in time and experience that peace and stability nowhere to be found in America. I love my adopted country-the USA but it grieves my heart to watch people chasing the Great American Dream without deeper purpose and meaning. As you said, wealth is not everything in this world. In fact, if may add, wealth not shared is the epitome of human selfishness and at most, meaningless! Love of riches/money can be deadly dangerous!

Thanks for what you do,
Kuya Willy

P.S. I'm very interested to buy one. Any color?

Anonymous said...

I just want to ask why is the coconuter farmer sad? why is his face at frown???

she's sanctified. said...

o wow

this is amazing

and 7/7/07 was my 18th bday! haha

Samjo said...

David, na-inspire ako sa story mo sa Nagmamahal Kapamilya! Just pray to God to fulfill His plans for you and remember that there are no wrong decisions in life; it's for you to make it right! God bless you!

Samjo said...

David, na-inspire ako sa story mo sa Nagmamahal Kapamilya! Just pray to God to fulfill His plans for you and remember that there are no wrong decisions in life; it's for you to make it right! God bless you!

Samjo said...

Alam mo David, there are no wrong decisions in life coz it's for you to make it right!!! God bless your plans David!!!

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