Had the great good fortune of seeing Dave and Phil Alvin sing this tune last night and it's still be bopping around in my head this morning.
Told y'all in this post about a recent happy accident. I had unintentionally melted the tape on a piece and liked the effect so much that I have decided to explore it further! This current set up may seem like a fire hazard but I assure you that I am standing by in my flame resistant fire suit with a fire extinguisher at the ready!
I'll show y'all pictures of the piece that I've been working on for the last couple months as soon as the varnish dries.
I was commissioned recently to do a portrait of these fine gents, Misters Oakley and Turner, as a present from dad Joe for his daughter Shayna on the occasion of her birthday. Heard the news today that she loves it, which warms my heart. Happy Birthday, Shayna! Hope it's the best birthday ever!
One meets the most interesting people in the Kinkos parking lot.
I think of my peace paintings as one long poem, with each painting being a single stanza.
Current state of the studio. When it is bad, it is very, very bad and when it is good, it's horrid.
Heavy is the head that wears the magic tiara.
Thought that disaster struck earlier today when I absent-mindedly set a hot mug down on this piece. The more I look at it, though, the more I think it was one of them happy accidents. I had never considered melting the tape! Going to have to play with this idea in the future.
Been having nightmares every night this week about my little dog that passed away almost five years ago. Either Wink is trying to send me a message from the Great Beyond or it's the nicotine patches.