Tuesday, January 10, 2006
Little Timmy and the Mouse Machine
I started painting rather late in life, in my early 40s. Little Timmy and the Mouse machine initiated me into the wondrous, beautiful world of paint. I would hope that Little Timmy represents my approach to art, and to life in general. It's a cheerful painting, but it's also rather dangerous looking, in a way. Some people suggested that I paint Little Timmy standing in a pool of water, but that just seemed too obvious. What I really love about this painting is the idea of a machine powered by a potted plant.
Although this is my first real painting, I'd still let it go for 350.00, or do a signed, matted, high resolution print for 75.00.
The shirts are phenomenal, by the way - we LOVE them! I intend to call youto say so "in person". Kier keeps me busy, though, and with the two hour time difference it can be a bit difficult to coordinate.
Oh, and the videos! Thank you for the videos!
It's so great to see your work! And I am thrilled that you shared your blog with me. Chris, my husband, sends along a big hello.
Our daughter, Sammati, is now going to Massachusetts College of Art in Boston, which happens to be my alma mater.
I'm new to blogs but I will be visiting yours often !
May you experience the power of your great, creative Self!