And now we take you back to our normal programme.

I had a bit of a moment yesterday with the whole Nobel Peace Prize thing so I’m bringing it back down today.

I think it might have had something to do with the birthday champagne the night before, denial of my new age, and also the sugar rush from the tiramisu cupcake that I unceremoniously stuffed into my mouth for breakfast yesterday in that whole – don’t worry about frosting on the nose lets just stuff the whole thing in your face manner you see in the movies.

I don’t even like cake, but these were something else. BTW, thanks J for busting my diet I have to reluctantly go back to visit the caveman now …

Soooo, I found this.

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Michou P. Anderson

Can you say, oh my god, what!

Now, it might not exactly be your cup of tea but how on earth did she manage this?

It kind of reminds me of the pink bubblegum blobs my friend made when we took a lamp work class a couple of years back –

in that, night and day way.

So, what to do today?

These are waiting for me in some kind of limbo land.

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And, help it now, this has been in the kiln for ever just waiting for some friends to join it for the next firing party.

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So I think it might just be time to get to it.

Oh, and here’s a doodle to cheer you up.

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Just in case you need it.

0 thoughts on “And now we take you back to our normal programme.

    li class="comment even thread-even depth-1 parent" id="comment-337">
    dicklespot

    I love your paintings-in-progress. Just curious: do you work in acrylic or oil? Or both?

      li class="comment byuser comment-author-coldfeetstudioblog bypostauthor odd alt depth-2 parent" id="comment-338">

      these are acrylics. i used to work in oil and still dabble but now it’s either acrylics or oil pastels. i like acrylics as they are so fast to work with.

        li class="comment even depth-3 parent" id="comment-339">
        dicklespot

        That’s my dilemma. I’m having a hard time with oils because I’m slow and they’re slow. I think it’s time to go back to acrylic… at least until I figure out what I’m doing. By the way, I particularly like the sky in the top landscape. The color and texture work so well together!

          li class="comment byuser comment-author-coldfeetstudioblog bypostauthor odd alt depth-4" id="comment-340">

          🙂 thanks. at first i found the acrylics a bit flat, so i would sometimes enhance them with the oil pastels, but i’m enjoying just the acrylics at the moment.

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