This little wire pig sat on my mother’s waist-high metal, file cabinet. She kept her recently received letters and the unpaid bills neatly organized in the wire ribs of the perky, pink, pig.
Over the years, the legs became skewed. I tried to straighten them. Instead, I caused quite a bit of the pink paint to flake off as well as making them even more out of alignment. Now the little pig appears to be dancing a jig.
Sketchbook Drawing: Family Treasure No. 32 – drawn first with fountain pen filled with Noodler’s Black Ink, followed by watercolor.