a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Sunday, August 16, 2009

Art Of The Insanities

A work in progress, paint on paper, do not know yet what it will be or rather what it is trying to be.
Rooster print on cardboard covered with turkey wrap to look like a wire cage and laced with pipe cleaners.

My poor attempt at a rooster...in my world they can be any color I want. This is colored pencils, chalk, charcoal, acrylic, ink and cardboard.

What is the hell is this? Acrylic on a cardboard box.

My old project, also on cardboard, covered with netting. Acrylics, pen, ink and decoupage babies.
You can not call this art but it is therapy. I forget all about my tooth extractions, my hubby's shoulder and even to take a drink. I have no Calgon, so this must take me away.
Please, don't be too critical, I am weak and vulnerable now and could not stand the upset. And, I don't have any beer!!!!


Sarah said...

Blimey! You've been busy!! I like the abstract one and the rooster in the cage best. Keep going... art is very therapuetic isn't it? Hope you and your hubby are feeling better! S

Silliyak said...

Exercise to burn off the stress , REALLY! (walking's good)

Grammy said...

You are an artist! I love the net Ideal. I can see your release in the top photo. I am so glad you found peace again. You are such a creative soul.

SkippyMom said...

LOL I don't have any beer!

I LOVE your rooster! And the chicken wire net is great on the others, nicely thought out.

I am so glad you got to relax and be away from it all for a few.

Hope this week is better. Keep on painting. :D

And? I have no beer! bwahahaha...I swear that is going to make me laugh for weeks to come. Thank you.

Sharon said...

I love the rooster and the chickens. I'm real anxious to see what the first one becomes. Your paintings and such, always interest me :)

I don't have beer, I have Calgon, it does take me away from time to time, but unfortunately, it always brings me back ;) whether I wanna come back or not :P

So, I can give you my calgon or offer you a virtual hug :)

Hope you get to feeling better soon!

Love ya,

Patricia said...

well, they've already said it...art is therapuetic...releasing stress? I don't know. Out of beer? Now that is stressful.
I like your art work...I like to think of you picking up something that makes color and working on the cardboard and letting us see it. Pleasureable all around.
And I really like chickens...if I had roosters I'd be drawing them, too.

Sempringham said...

I vote for the rooster in turkey wrap! You're very clever in your choice of materials.

Keep it up! (And the walking advice was good, too.)

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Cara said...

Awesome art! I love it! I vote for the abstract.

I have been at batik again. I'll post that soon. Maybe.

The Green Stone Woman said...

Your much better than you implied you were. You've been hiding your light under a bushel. Keep doing this, you've got talent!

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