Well this theme for Thursday Art Date with Rain was very difficult for me. Oh, the theme is "Try a different medium" Seriously folks I have created in just about every medium or type of art there is. My daughter and I were trying to figure out what I could try that I had on hand. "She said do some welding, mom." Well, I don't have a shop to do that any longer and my acetylene tanks are put away. Everything she suggested I have worked in. Sooooo, I found a box of paper towel rolls that I have been saving to make a new wall hanging with. Why not?
It starts like this. Save all kinds of rolls from your TP and PT. Store them for years, because why get right at? giggle...
Next paint them. OK, it is a medium I use all the time but not on PT rolls. :)
Put them together with hot glue, I added some bamboo sticks, then paint with night glitter spray paint. Add a hanger to the back and there you have it.
Some of you have seen photos of the outside of my house. It is a bit Victorianish.
However, the inside is beautiful modern, very high ceilings, sharp lines from the cut out walls that are octagon like a window seat should go and where the stairs are. I love this house! When people were allowed to come over, they were always surprised to see the inside of my home. So, with that said there is a small wall section that needed some new art on it. For a very long time now I have had some leather sculpture there. Now the PT sculpture is there.
This week has been very strange for me.
My days are flying by and it feels like I haven't done a thing.
I did make Enchiladas for Mr. M. the other day, some of those are vegetarian for me,
and yesterday a beef stew with veggies from the garden.
Carrots, squash and there are a few string beans in there.
I also made cheesy bread sticks but forgot to take a photo, however the did look like these
Well that is it for now. I am off to the garden to do some weeding. Maybe because it is my first garden. but I don't mind weeding at all. LOL
I am looking forward to see what the other artists have come up with.
Enjoy your day.
Honor and integrity in art, in life.