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Heron of Norfolk

“Navigator” is a monumental blue heron made from decommissioned plane parts and structural elements of steel and aluminum with hand blown glass eyes. On display near the Norfolk International Airport. The 24-ft. tall heron, which has a 44-ft. wingspan. The sculpture celebrates the miracle of flight and Norfolk, a place blue herons call home. Linked to … Continue reading

Amazon Delivery

Yay! I received my Amazon order: Danny Gregory’s “An Illustrated Life” [drawing inspiration from the private sketchbooks of artists, illustrators and designers],  and the new, huge, gi-normeous, Moleskine Folio!!! So big! I love it; look: it measures 12″ X 8″. I love those large blank pages…can’t wait to fill them [oh, and that’s my metal … Continue reading

Milk-box = Mailbox

Presenting… mailbox. After finding wet mail on rainy days because the mailbox was too small to contain mail and also have the lid shut, and after finding most of my packages on the ground, I decided to use an old milk box as mailbox. I painted turquoise and decorated it with drawings of Loki, Oreo, … Continue reading

Notable #1 = Nonsense

I like nonsense, it wakes up the brain cells. Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living, It’s a way of looking at life through the wrong end of a telescope. Which is what I do, And that enables you to laugh at life’s realities. – Dr. Seuss Today I am grateful for nonsense.

Congratulations, Stephanie!

I just had to dedicate a post to my daughter who, beside being the best thing that ever happened to me, is such a great person. I often wonder “how did she become the way she did?”. I just want to brag a little, please allow me. When she was a baby, she never kept … Continue reading

Pink Link 3

This week, for Pink Saturday, I’d like to share some of my art: few whimsical paintings and drawings. Here is “Pink as a Hippo”. Media: Watercolor pencils. Dimensions: 3″ X 5″. Next is “Pink Polka-dots Poodle Piling Pears on a Perplexed Panther”.Media: acrylics on canvasDimensions: 6″ X 6″ x 5/8″ This was an entry in … Continue reading

Good Bye Rotund Mermaid

Someone has purchased my mermaid painting. It was a little sad to see her go, but the lady that bought it, really likes it, and so I feel it’ll be OK; “the rotund mermaid” will be elsewhere but she’ll be loved…. Media: oil paints on woodDimensions: 27″ X 24″ This is how I always imagined … Continue reading