I’ve been working on more altered photo stuff, and adding to my Imaginary Beastiary menagerie. The first is a new pink gremlin, and the second is an older piece that I decided to rework and refine.
This is a portrait of my friend Addie; a whimsical and talented soul. It's also the first portrait I've done experimenting with more imaginary imagery. Fun stuff, and a chance to play with puffy paints and plastic gems, because "Of course I did". I'm not sure why I feel the need to try and make "Serious" work. It's not really my style.
I wanted to share how this all went down today, because for me, this morning was a really good example of my process.
This season's photos of the magical Antiques Flea Market. One of my favorite events of the year, and I'm blessed that it is just a couple of towns away from me. So many people travel great distances to attend this amazing flea market which hosts a mind-boggling and leg-aching 5000 vendor booths over a six day period. I only attended one day this time, but I'm sure I will be back in July and again in Sept.
This recipe is from my Mother-in-law, Betty C. Fuches. We make it all the time, and it will always be a favorite .
It's that time! Here's the sketch prompt for this weekend!
It’s that time... and it’s a really fun one :-) totally random grab from the jar, and I can’t wait to play with it! Ha! Enjoy!