— I'm so sorry that you're in hospital. Hang in there, and be well
Let us know how you're doing
— Your art supplies and poem make me happy! I can't help but collect art supplies too. And a lot of my art space is taken up by stuff from the stores you mentioned. I love stores like Lowes and Ace, etc., also! I've found amazing stuff there for art. My most recent find was at Home Depot a few days ago. They had a rough textured tread that I'm cutting up into pieces. I'm planning to use it to texture acrylic mediums as well as polymer clay. Apparently "normal" people glue it to their stairs or something. But I see everything in the hardware stores through "art eyes"
Here's a pic:
— Well... at least the paper was put to good use again
Another evocative image. I agree with Ai and Joe about your beautiful 3D pots. And the mystery of the scene beyond is compelling. As for "straight" lines - in my opinion, they are "required" only if you want them to be. Lovely sketches also from out on the town. So many surfaces and textures, beautifully differentiated. ~~~~~ Thanks for hosting a fun event!
— Amazing drawers - they made me curious as well
I love both your sketch and photo - look at those ears in front
🐾 And your painting of tree blossoms is wonderfully delicate! I love that you chose trees over a ring. Think what our planet would be like if we all planted trees as part of our marriages.
— Terrific coffee mug - your signature deep contrast and lovely sheen. Fantastic dissipation in the shadow as well. P.S., Yup, I finally remembered the DVD
It was an episode of Stargate called "Window of Opportunity" where there was a device with blocks that they pushed in different sequences to try to achieve a result. I found a pic online of a corner of the device. But it's only a portion, and at an odd angle. but somehow your grid apparently reminded me of the device in the show. Anyway here's a link...