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March 23, 2009

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That's really awesome, Jennifer.

Thanks BG. I don't think it's done, but I'm done for right now. I was starting to go in too many different directions and realized I had gotten from it what I wanted to get.

For now. :)

you're right, the brown doesn't read as the underlying table, but as space beyond the blue tablecloth. But I think it works better that way, there's a little more depth behind the bear.

Sometimes the hardest thing is to know when to stop.

I think the brown could be limbo, the vast, smoggy future that lies in wait for us. All we can really hold onto are the simple pleasures of the immediate future, of honey on our toast.

I think the brown could be limbo, the vast, smoggy future that lies in wait for us. All we can really hold onto are the simple pleasures of the immediate future, of honey on our toast.

:)

I love it!!

"All we can really hold onto are the simple pleasures of the immediate future, of honey on our toast."

I second Jen's smiley face.

I was thinking more along the lines of "they stab it with their steely knives, but they just can't kill the beast" but that might just be me.

So, who's your agent and what gallery do you normally show your work?

Snag- I like it, but I think your hotel tours of the Midwest is getting to you.

Bill- the place I sold through in Chicago has unfortunately closed up their doors.

so you're painting wall street pictures now?

also, the brown on the tabletop is not bothering me, but the brown table in the background eerily matches your honey bear coffee table! just a little tilt and i would have thought the whole thing is a painting - which if it is, you just blew my mind! to outer space!

You mean the cardboard box off to the left?? :) No... no optical illusions, but it is funky if you look at it that way. There's cardboard box off to the left, a part of a stretcher sticking up... there's the actual easel that the painting is on and then on the right, the gray paint is magnetic paint that I have on part of the wall.

Should I paint honey bulls next? :)

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