Thursday, December 20, 2007

Painting tonight for tomorrow.

I'm painting tonight so I will have dry colorful pages to write on tomorrow and the next day and the next.
Can you decide which is prettier - the glittery page or the stamp? It's the blue foam block I heated at the Innerstandings class and then had Judy Wise step on with the great shoe pattern that looks like a fern unfolding. I don't know if that last sentence made sense, but I need - absolutely need - to get more of that blue foam and then look for marvelous texture-y things to stamp.
The woman's face came courtesy of Diane Havnen-Smith's carving her. I believe she will be at the window with the curtains flying around her face (not Diane, but the "stamp woman." Maybe she'll even get her curtains by tomorrow night.
I am also posting my January 2008 calendar just as it is, with globby sumi ink and all. Maybe you can copy and paste it somewhere on your computer so you'll know what day of the week January 20th falls on.

Today I saw the sun not once, but twice! I heard Christmas carols and had dinner made for me. I addressed Christmas cards ... sorry, Mr. Postman ... and I am now going to have some Rocky Road ice cream. Ahhhhhhh! Sweet, sweet life! - femminismo


Ro Bruhn said...

Love the face and the stamp, I'm looking for the blue blocks in Australia, apparently they're available, I just have to find where.

Anonymous said...

Your ideas and artistic vision are amazing, sis...

Love you,


Melissa M. M. M. said...

Your work is so inspiring. This tea bag calendar is amazing! :0) Mel

Mel M. M. M. said...

No way! Last time I was so madly in love with your stunning teabag calendar that I didn't even think to write down how to do that great bluefoam shoe(!) stamp. You are AWESOME! :0) Mel