explored the possibilities . . . art, life, love . . . in three words
Monday, February 14, 2011
. . . gave my heart
I generally despise these made-up commercialized semi-holidays that do nothing but make people spend a lot of money on a lot of nonsense. A bit of advice to the lovelorn: make everyday Valentine's day. Having said that, I will climb down from my soapbox, and on the way down, I will have an attitude adjustment.
This is a photo I posted on this blog a couple of years ago. I had been working on some monoprints and Betsy and Joe had left these red plastic cupcake molds around the house. The two just seemed to fit together. . .
I had the best week. . . started some art but didn't finish anything and have nothing yet to show for my farting around, as Leslie Avon Millerwould put it. I took some photocopies of some of my unfinished stuff and hung them up around my cubicle at work. Now I can look at these and try to figure out how to improve or complete them as I work on taxes or CD interest or talk on the phone. Sometimes the best ideas sneak up when I'm thinking peripherally.
Hugs and kisses x o x o x oblah blah blah . . . oops, bad attitude.