|Alice in a Bag (copyright D.Price-Ewen 2011): when you've caught your Alice, you're best to keep her away from robot fanatics with red paint brushes.|
|The robot fanatic|
Well, I don't mind any of this...to a point. But I am beginning to feel something very strange coming over me. Almost as if there is a transition taking place. It has started with a peculiar rumbling (low at the moment) with many complaints about needing time out in the studio (unimpeded by the sounds of robots and cars). With little space or time to think, I have a feeling the transition might move up a step or two: sort of to an advanced rumbling. I'm worried, I had a premonition last night. Anxious to paint or draw, or even (miracle of miracles) a chance to get on the computer to blog (without being pestered by the man or the boy, because THEY want to use it instead) I began to express myself the only way I know how.
Monster Mama!!!!!!!!!!!! GRRRRRRRRRRAAAAAAAAAAAARRRR!
Monster Mama (D.Price-Ewen 2011)
And oh what a blessed relief it was to get her out of my system! There is something very therapeutic about drawing your feelings. I don't have to direct my anger at my son or my husband. Afterall, this is a situational problem...a time and place sort of thing. It is my time not to have too much time to devote to my art. Oh don't worry folks, I will make time eventually (I'm having a week's break in October all to myself :-), but until then, these feelings need to be expressed!
And this brings me to my reason for the once a month blog posting. Sadly, I'm just not getting the time like I used to. Nor am I getting the time or the opportunity to peruse other people's blogs. It's sucks, I tell ya...big time! Nevermind. Today I got the time and that's what counts (even if I am at work on my lunch break writing this :-).
Finally, before I go, I thought I would post one of my cuffs I'm making for the next alt.shift.craft art fair. Enjoy!!