No, certainly not high art, but a whole lot of fun while I am trying to get some creative juices flowing. I started one of these while in the van on a road trip (Note: I was not driving). Until I can have a larger block of time in the studio, this has been my way of keeping in the wool! They are pretty cute and I think I might have a couple more in me. I have some concepts percolating and some other things going on to consider and this is great filler.
I have a bag to complete (it's coming, Cindy!), a few pieces to create for the purpose of entering into the Agnes Etherington Rental library. Whether they end up there or elsewhere remains to be seen, but the sketches I made are truly calling to me. I also need to make a healthy stack of scarves for my galleries and samples for my fall classes very soon. Nice to have a plan but still enough space in between to allow for some creative time, long lunches and conversations with artist friends and creative energy.
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I am afraid of real bugs, but those are nice and kind!
They are great, lovely, nice, beautifull!! Sure hope you have some more to come!
Lov the bugs!!! the colors & their personality! Susan
Great bugs - we had a 3 inch long caterpillar in the garden today!!
They look great, congratulation and greetings from Switzerland! Vilma
whaaaa they are absolute cute! i love the colors! best wishes and a sunny day!
LOVE IT LOVE IT!!! and I just can't wait to work with you in these 2 workshops!!!
My first thought was these certainly are not "standard" garden bugs but then began remembering strange and colorful creatures I have seen crawling among the plants in my flower gardens and changed my mind. Your art makes me think. I like that about your work.
They are real nice and sweet!
these would be great in a new movie, those eyes are so cute like babies. nothing is standard about them
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