Sunday, 13 November 2011

A Sunday Ode


To all of you 
who are
sew sew witty
thank you

to all those people who 
have taken 
the time
and effort
to comment
may your lives be free
 of the ghost of vomit

To all who have inspired me 
over the last few weeks
may you
never again know 
the feel of 
a spray 
of dog snot

and I hope you have had a great weekend...
for me it has been all about painting
for the ...



Which will be revealed on Tuesday
with a theme that
has made me
swear
and tear out my hair
and ultimately cover myself
and my desk
in paint...

Here are some of my past entries...


Ritual...


Happiness...

Security...

Dislike...
and this month's work in progress is...


a very messy palette...
 all will be revealed 
on Tuesday 
xx


28 comments:

Paula - Buenos Aires said...

Awesome to be able to see your work displayed like that. Thanks for the blessings (written while I side-look our snoring dog).

Christine said...

I absolutely am in love with your work..thank you so much.

dthaase said...

great post - wonderful art

BlackPumpkin said...

Wonderful poem!! And work!

Tracey Potter said...

Great poem, love the display above your desk, and seeing all those MPC pieces all together is fantastic. Oh the suspence, can't wait to see your piece on Tuesday, I'd wish it was the15th right now if I had finished my piece. Xx

WrightStuff said...

Ha! I feel like I've been on this journey with you (and I even have the needle scars to prove it!). To add to the vomit theme (sorry....), yesterday our drain blocked ... I won't go into any further detail ... the word YUCK should suffice. However, I am very lucky in that the man about the house recognised it as his duty to fix. I cook and iron - he cleans out unmentionables!

Gwen Hughes said...

I suppose some yuck is part of life...part of the rich tapestry of everyday happenings.
Wonderful work though, I really adore your header picture. (Smile every time I come here, I do.)
Gwen xx

Serena said...

Your wall of paintings is gorgeous! I also love all your entries for the Painter's Challenge and I'm sure your current entry will be just as super.

Yes, Cody was much better after his puke this morning...he is now lying fast asleep under my foot while I type away at the computer desk.

Have a lovely Sunday evening,

Serena :)

Harvest Moon by Hand said...

I'm anxious to see your theme on Tuesday. The collection of work you showed is beautiful. I wish I could paint. Or draw. But, it's just not meant to be. Makes me appreciate all the more people like you who are so creatively talented with those skills!

MollyGirl said...

Lovely-- right down to the messy palette!

Cynthia Schelzig said...

mmm wonderful art...I can´t wait to see what you post on Tuesday. I am in the midst of an Acrylic workshop all weekend....having great fun throwing the paint around. Have a fun Sunday!

Tracy said...

Such a great poem! I love your style and creativity. Why, I think I've become rather addicted to having to come over here to see what's been going on in your world. :)

I can't wait for the "big reveal"!

Jennibellie said...

Haha what a fab post! You're too witty for your own good methinks haha great pieces, thanks for showing all the past entries can't wait t see this months, hugs Jennibellie x

Jenn said...

Can't wait to see!! Your ode made me laugh!!

thepinkrachael said...

Your paintigns are great - I especially like the tea and keys, is that real tea bag labels in the tea one - either way they look great!x

Nigel said...

Brilliant post. Love the ode and the pictures are stunning.

Good to see your blog has reappeared, it had vanished last night :s

rajns (carolyn) said...

That wall is STUNNING! Oh, the happiness of those colors!

Cat @ sea.sky.stone. said...

That ode was sew touching (sorry, could't help it)--and I can't wait to see Tuesday's prettiness!!!

Judy Hartman said...

Love your very painterly collage style! Your colors just sing - so lovely!

VonnyK said...

Love your poem. I hate to say it but even your messy pallette looks neat to me. Can't wait to see what the painting is.

Sarah Anderson said...

lol, and this really did make me laugh out loud, what a fab poem; at least you only tore your hair out and it didn't make you vomit ;) xx

Craftymoose Crafts said...

I just love your "Tea" header, and I will be waiting to see the reveal on Tuesday! Cute poem.

Shayla said...

Charming and beautiful work. I love the banner!

Kathleen Conard said...

I appreciate your sense of humor and your amazing artistic abilities. And since I have left comments this month, so thankful my life will be free of the ghost of vomit!

Jehanne's doodles said...

love the ode :) Fantastic art and I do like the plate :)

Deborah Velásquez said...

Just signed up to follow you! Your work is beautiful and inspirational. I am in love with your banner.

Very nice to meet you and your work. :)

tammy vitale said...

wow. nuff said. (well really not enough. But presented with all this fabulous art, themed no less, I am stuck speechless.)

Michelle Jaramillo said...

Oh your poem was so great and your artwork is just beautiful! You are so talented and I am thoroughly enjoying your works of art!
Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving a comment, you are so very kind!