Wild One


We are busy as bees around our home today so I thought I’d post in the morning to be sure I was coherent.  I’ve yet to fill the planter in my front yard, so a rainbow decided to do it for me.

I also wish to present a new creature to you.

He’s been clambering around on my desk, so happy to be finished.  He’s the prototype for a new line of creatures (but don’t tell him that, you know how proud zebras can be.) Soon he will be lording it over the little people’s room, but for a bit longer he’ll be in the office with me.  I need to study him to make a few tweaks to the pattern, and then you’ll be seeing others!

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I love sunrays.  It doesn’t have to be too warm for me, I just need the natural light.  It’s been grey and now it’s turning pink, orange, green, red… happy colors!  The first berries are coming in at the fields here.  Tasty!


It was a bit odd to take the photo on the left on April 19th and the photo on the right on April 20th.  Look at the light in each of them, so different.

I seem to be a magnet for accidents lately.  I was hit (again) just when it looked like I was over the last one.  It wasn’t as bad as kissing the semi though.  My back isn’t happy.  No lifting, no wet laundry (darn!), no standing on my feet for too long… guess it means that I will have time to work on my artwork a little more…

I’ve inked the first little house, it just needs paint, so you’ll see it soon.

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The photo in the last post was taken directly under the tower, and this one from the front.  I love the photography, taken by a friend of mine.  What strikes me about the two photos together is that things change with perspective.

Most artists try to show a fresh perspective on everyday thoughts with some of their work.  Sometimes it’s just playing with the way you see a color, like the “orange things” below, or simply exploring with a new type of creating, but most of the time, there is a message behind an artist’s work.

Perspectives change as you change as well.  Age, finances, death, birth, travel, friends, health, so many many things change our way of perceiving life and beyond it.

On another subject, I’ve been working on the little house some more.  I think it’s going to turn into multiple houses.  It’s turning out very cute.  Did someone say “what about the deer? the stuffed creature? the art quilt…”  Yes, they are all still in process.  I’ll try not to add any more until I finish some up and list them on www.rosemoor.etsy.com for you.

I love fonts, especially very “french romantic” looking fonts.  If you run across one and want to send it to me I would not be the least bit ungrateful.  I think I’m craving a new one.



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