A Bigfoot Gathering…

In the age of Snapchat, Instagram Facebook etc. we are often sharing memes and pictures created from artists and never bother to learn who that artist is or why they create what they create. We are just clicking and sharing away.

I have no artistic talent to speak of, so for my blog and social media accounts I rely on the generosity of these wonderfully talented people. I an a fan of Scifi, Monster and Cryptid art. But I always go searching for the artist, hoping for permission to use their pieces whenever I can find them. And I want to But I always go searching for the artist, hoping for permission to use their pieces whenever I can find them. And I want to know what was in their mind when they created it. This morning I found this picture on Pinterest. I was totally intrigued by at had to search for the artists name. And when I found artist Micheal Lindenmeyer, he had a little blurb about why he created this Sasquatch Series. So here are his own words about it. And in the future, let’s all think about the artist next time we are retweeting and posting, try to credit that artist if you can find out who it is.

The Bigfoot concept had been simmering on the back burner for a decade. Of course when Bigfoot is on camera he is expected to be in character: au naturel, grunting and hooting, acting ape-like. But when he is on his own time, he can do anything he wants — drive a car, ride a motorcycle, go skiing. So this series is full of action and not only takes on a legendary Northwest icon but is also about the Great American Road Trip.

I used a variety of Rembrandt and other pastels along with Conte crayon. It was very satisfying to watch this series come to life after such a long genesis”

_Micheal Lindenmeyer

Author: sasysquatchgirl

A Bigfoot and beyond blogger and Nature Photographer from New England. I spend a majority of my free time in the woods exploring for any signs the hairy man has been around and snapping some pics along the way. So if you’re following this blog, you’ll be the first to know if I see him...