A view from space of the only known habitable planet. One would think we would appreciate the complexities and fragility of our world. There have been cataclysmic events in the past. However, we weren’t around to affect the change.
Part Leprechaun, part Dragon, this little guy can reward your interset with both good and bad karma. When he laughs, he sets things afire. Completely by accident – of course.
(Ink and Copic Markers)
When I am not writing, I like to work on various projects. This is the latest.
I posted earlier about a frame I made for one of my daughters paintings. After some thought and a few opinions I opted to match the frame with the background of the piece.
Normally, I shy away from covering new wood with paint. It this case, I varied from the norm. Everything else left the painting wanting. I wanted to see if I could make an inexpensive frame that complimented the work, and I believe I succeeded.
Have you ever wanted to live in a cottage by the sea? The sound of the surf and cries of the seagulls speak of a quiet solitude ideal for reading or writing. Maybe it’s a retreat for the summer months, or a beloved year-round residence. Regardless, it is a place for deep contemplation and enlightenment. (Ink and Markers)
After travelling for months, a navigational error has thrown this poor soul off course. When she manages to land on a desolate, rocky world, she stops to pray to the universe for directions. Will she find her way home, and if she does – will it still be there?
This is part of a set of space ships created with cut-paper resembling rock and steel, and a touch of markers.
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Tomorrow is the first day of Spring. I thought this piece was appropriate for creating the proper frame of mind. After snow and freezing rain and frigid temperatures, I am really looking forward to t-shirt weather. (Ink and Markers)
A modern art style cut paper creation. My intent was a different take on an old subject. Did I succeed?
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