Wednesday, July 31, 2013
Tuesday, July 30, 2013
I feel really lucky to have been given this as a gift on Mother's Day. Thanks Alex.
Saturday, July 20, 2013
Wednesday, July 10, 2013
First a decorated horse racing down the street past a wall of speakers which were all going full-blast.
The workers pretty much ignore the monkeys. Funny to notice how similarly we humans sit.
Blackbuck wandering the grounds of the animal preserve, (glad the horns point that direction).
And contrasting nicely with the red stone.
Tuesday, July 09, 2013
Oh but only if I had a few yards, I'd make myself something like this to wear with my big black sun hat, black sunglasses and red lipstick:
Oh dear, aspirational dresses made out of invisible fabric,
things are getting worse, send help.
Monday, July 08, 2013
The two bulletin boards that I have in my work room are used for different purposes. This first one is larger, more easily accessible and requires no thumbtacks to put something up. So it gets changed more often, has more current, topical, things like show advertisements, birth announcements. I have things hanging off the bottom too, a green silk scarf I'm supposed to do something with, and a cool black/white/green zipper I want to use for a bag or jacket. This is mostly just a hodgepodge of stuff I want to look at more than once or an image I want to revisit.
The second one is smaller, much harder to reach as it hangs over my wide cutting/work table and requires a new thumbtack to be hunted up to hang something new on it. I have inspirational images,things with color combinations or patterns that I enjoy, quotes and words and a few objects hanging on here, a collage of myself in a way. It doesn't change as much, but it gets update occasionally, usually when I clean off the other bulletin board.
The coolest artist bulletin board I ever got to see in person was probably Judith Content's, it took up almost a whole wall above her desk I think. And if I recall correctly she takes everything down on a yearly basis and puts it in a book, then starts over again filling up the blank wall.
Do you have something similar in your work space?