See & Saw. Hee & Haw. Ohhh & Ahhh. This blog is an ever-growing collection of curios, oddities, and astonishing visual treats. Honest.
Ummm......I just don't even know what to say about these....Gee, do I want to sleep with the Bed Bug, the Dust Mite, the STDs........or.........none of the above?!?Lady-in-Gray
Hi lady!Your response would make a more powerful headline than mine! I guess people will buy these as a joke for someone else...but then again, would you want to be known as the person who gave bedbugs or... to another!?
Great couples gifts. "Here honey, I got you Chlamydia for your birthday."I think I like the idea of giving ebola as a gift...The brain cell is cool and I think I can see myself sleeping with Martian Life...
Ahhh.....nothing like gifts that keep on giving.....:-OThe brain cell I could handle, not so sure about the Martian Life, though. It looks pretty primative to me.Lady-in-Gray
Lol!It's the perfect 're-gift'!
Hey! Did I finally figure out how to make this Blogger thing work?!?
Hi Lady! You are now an official blogger! You should start your own blog too!I would love to see some of the art that you have collected.
Hey, Sawsee!I don't have a digital camera, so how about my pointing you to some of my artists? We'll start with Rod Bearcloud Berry. Go to www.bearcloudgallery.com Click on GALLERY on the upper right of his home page. Two of my three pieces of his are on that page. (Swirl of Smoke and Eagle's Path) The third piece is similar to Eagle's Path. Pay particular attention to the clouds and rocks. There are "spirits" there....
Next, we'll try Marguerite Fields. I only have one of hers.Go to www.margueritefields.comClick on "Eyes of the Medicine Wolf". More "spirits".....My "collection" started with these two artists. It's late, I'm tired, more another time....
Hi Lady!The 'spirits' in the clouds are very cool! I'm not sure if it is the same artist or not but I remember seeing a print of a forest with numerous eagles cleverly ghosted in the background.The medicine wolf is very powerful!I love how art can generate such strong feelings. I look forward to more links!
Hey, Sawsee!One of my favorite pieces is "Awakening of Spring" by Carole Bourdo. Her site ishttp://carolebourdo.com/printspage1.htmlI hadn't even thought about starting my own blog. Or, what the subject might be....
Hey Lady!I think Sawsee would agree that the ONLY way to become a blogger and actually stick to it for more than a month is to blog what YOU love.Sawsee obviously loves ecclectic knowledge and digital exploration. He and I share that. Coming here has enhanced my own blog and my web experience in general. I'm sure that if you decided to share those things that are important to you that you would quickly find an audience.
Lady, I'll give you my support too if you build a blog. If you take the three posts you've made here with links, you've already got your blog started.JDH
Hi lady, gb and jdh!I second and third Gb's & JDH's thoughts! Yes, your posts could be about artists you like. Your blog may even be a record for yourself of artists to keep tabs on and their new work.
Poor Lady! All she did was create an account so she could comment and already she's developed a pushy fan base!
Gb! Lol!Yes Lady, our enthusiasm was not meant to put pressure on you...promise!
Ummm.....no pressure? Right!Thanks for the encouragement, though. I'll think about it, OK?
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