An anti-aging Potion from The Awe-manac: A Daily Dose of Wonder by Jill Badonsky
My house plants often inconsiderately die. The ones I paint seem to last longer.
At the edge of Liplock Lake, Silla finishes a 15 second stretch and ponders which pot-luck she will drop in on this evening.
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This Still Life was drawn with my left hand although it looks a lot like I drank wine before I drew it.
Sometimes I try to paint normal things, then I get a nervous twitch and return to the quirky. This is from a photo of someone's garden gate. I added more nasturtiums because ... I like to eat them.
I do graphic art while watching TV to make sure my imagination isn't being sucked out of my brain. This one was when I had a CSI addiction. After the nightmares I switched over to an American Idol addiction - but just for one season. Go Adam Lambert!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Watch those houseplants.. they sometimes fly away.
When the orchids are in full-bloom, Arthur the Hobbit loves to nap in the shade and dream in mauve.
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This is the neighborhood I live in. It's very eclectic.
Pouring into imagination, self talk, discovery, acknowledgment, insight, loose associations having a one night stand with a possible connection that somersaults into brilliance.
Work the page, center, focus, pour it out, drink it in.
Sylvia got a lot further in life with her bumper car than she did with being nice all the time.
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spills into azaleas.
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The Queen in a Zebra's Daydream
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These guys make a lot of racket.. it's hard to sleep.
I used watercolor, smeary ink pen, and a warped imagination.
Limitations live only in our minds. But if we use our imaginations, our possibilities become limitless. ~Jamie Paolinetti
A truly creative person rids him or herself of all self-imposed limitations. ~Gerald G. Jampolsky
The most lasting and effective way to break through your limitations is one small step at a time... take a small step and repeat. ~www.kaizenmuse.com