6" x 12"
Monday, June 22, 2009
Monday, June 8, 2009
10" x 10" $75
I wonder what that bird is telling the pebble? Did the pebble ask a difficult question? They seem to be carrying on amiably. Perhaps they are setting up a lunch date.
If you haven't been to Lulu you really must go. They are a top-quality athletic clothing store offering excellent free fitness classes by hosting a different studio each month.
My favorite is Yoga on Saturday mornings but my husband prefers Boot Camp on Sundays.
Maybe I'll see you there!
2313 West 50th Street, Minneapolis
Friday, June 5, 2009
The blue ones are mine. But the little brown one with blue lines was painted by my little girl. I'm very proud of her :)
I was asked to paint a sleeping bird to nest in this Pagoda Bird Cage; I ended up painting a series of sleeping birdies. This is the yellow guy. It should be noted that the birds only sleep in the cage. All of the birds I painted are sleeping and so they are happy to be under a roof and out of the cold. When they wake up they will of course fly free.
With this piece I am excited to take my art in a new direction. It might be the start of a series of magic red pebble paintings that maybe, just maybe, could tell the story of the red pebble through an abstract perspective that is completely subject to the imagination of the viewer.
I'll say it again; I'm excited.
12" x 36" $250
I made this kitty bed from a coffee bean bag and a scrap of t-shirt cloth. Using a sewing machine I attached the two pieces together, filled it with batting and then sewed it closed. With thread I hand stitched around the corners and through the bottom to hold it in place. It was very simple and an excellent reuse project! As you can see my cat LOVES it!
Just laying her makes her SO SLEEPY!
I tried to take a photo while she was off doing something else.
But before I could take very many she came back and claimed the spot!