Game of Chess by L. Martel

Don’t know how everyone else felt about “the great debate” but one thing that popped into mind was a drawing I did in 1983. It is a pen & ink on sketch pad paper of a game of chess. I see myself as the observer (centre front) giving the guy to the right “the look” (so what are you going to do now?) The opponent, in this setting, is a woman and she has walked off the scene in triumph.



41 thoughts on “Game of Chess by L. Martel

  1. I don’t watch debates. Never have, never will. Politicians lie. They always lie. They’ll say whatever it takes to get themselves elected. They have since there’s been such a thing as a “politician”. So why bother? But I like your sketch.

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  2. once again: admiration & respect for your genuine talent, Leslie… ❤
    * * *
    speakin' of chess, last night, I posted 2 pix of huge chess pieces @ my facebook, and this realistic and common sense quote:"Life is like a game of chess: to win, you have to make a move; knowing which move to make comes with in-sight and knowledge, and by learning the lessons we've accumulated along the way. Thus, we become each and every piece within the game called LIFE."(Allan Ruffus)
    * * *
    just like in our daily LIFE, we must think before we make any move… 🙂

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    P.S My apologies for being off-topic but I had to ask!


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