Friday, October 5, 2007
I was pleasantly surprised when I sold this little altered child's saddle shoe I called "Joyride". I had never heard of Santos & was bombarded with emails about this peice & what saint it represented. It was bought as a gift & went back east but I still had no intentions when it was created to be a Santo.
Sunday, January 28, 2007
Wednesday, January 24, 2007
I guess when all those guys were signing the Declaration of Independence with that big Ol' Ostrich plume,they had no idea that one day there may be no need for the ink filled contraption. I recently had a friend move faraway & she has no computer or desire to own one,so email was out & calling each other was costing us a fortune,so I picked up a pen & started to write. I was thinking that it had been years since I had truly written a real letter. Not just a thank you note,but a detailed accounting of my monthly adventures. I realized that I now look forward to those little gifts of words I receive each month. Handwritten by someone I care about. I make walnut ink & my neighbor gave me an old fashion fountian pen as a Christmas gift. It's not the kind with a cartridge,but the same type used in 1776. I tried it & 1 dip lasted about 2 lines. I was quite surprised,so I decided to write an entire letter in walnut ink to my friend. It's actually an art form now! It takes a canvas & ink,right? So I got to thinking that even a typewriter is extinct? I now dismantle them for altered art pieces. Well! If you're a "Boomer" than you'll know what I mean when I say,"I think we have finally become The Jetson's!!" From George Washington to George Jetson,hmmm.........I'll take the quill anyday!
Sunday, January 21, 2007
Some of my favorite ACEO Artists!
Here is the reason I buy from Windy. The photo below shows how she captured my long departed "Mister",by chance,so well......