Now here is something to meditate on! Although yesterday’s mandala was a lot lighter and delicate to contemplate as a dear friend of mine described it. I was really doubtful I could pull it off. You see the website gave me a floral mandala to color. I felt like Mortia from the TV series The Adams Family. For those who remember it. Anyway here it is as I said I would:
I changed up my “pitch” so to speak and present to you this morning with a little geometric drawing. There will be more mandalas but this is my original and signed.
A little more of the same with a different art work of course!
The “4 calling birds” ornament of the Twelve days of Christmas felt ornament set is almost done–a few more days and I’ll have something to show you. I also have a table runner in progress but that is probably 2 weeks to a month away from completion.
Re-arranged my work area tonight so that my largest standing lamp is to the side and a little behind to the right of my recliner that I work in (I have a really tough life). I’m left handed so the light falls just right for my sewing–works good with the laptop too.
Enough chatter! Here is tonight’s art work:
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Today I have a geometric work of my past work of 2015 that was done almost exclusively in black and white. So for the next few days I’ll show you what I think are the best of these. They are non-objective. Here goes:
I thought just to relax and fool around in Paint–I meant to draw the rings of Saturn. But my computer suggested a long nose–oh-oh! this is not good. Then I tried another shorter curved line and maybe you guessed it–I got a nostril–now don’t worry it doesn’t get gross. The next curved lines formed a small figure-eight under the nose. I’m sorry, to my poor mind it suggested a bow-tie. So I went on from there and finished the drawing.
I mean no social commentary that I can really put my finger on. It’s just something that popped out. If anything it’s a cliche funny–sorry.
I couldn’t resist playing with a public domain photo of a butterfly on a flower.