I hope all of you are well and being as safe as you can. Yesterday I had to go out in the afternoon. OMG!!!! My town is STILL full of tourists and a lot of people just think Covid is over orrrr something. When I returned home I threw away the gloves and mask and sterilized my face shield. Then got into a hot shower and washed the outside off of me. I know, you may think I take it too far but I CANNOT get sick.
Before I get started on this post I would very much like to know if any of you are going to watch the US presidential debate tonight? I am going to start but if it gets nasty, I will shut it off.
I am watching a very good series on Prime called "Utopia" and I will turn that on instead.
Come by to see what the T-gang are up too.
Even though I am not supposed to drink coffee it just sounded good
this morning. I like it black and very hot.
I received a comment about my cabochons being seasonal. I had to laugh because for me, the scary, the haunting, the macabre is year round. It has been this way since I was a kid. My dad and I use to stay up late and watch scary movies. Bela Lugosi, Boris Karloff and Lon Chaney were the best scary actors. This has carried on through my entire life.
Here is the entrance to my art room.
Note the outside of my house is a bit Victorian.
However, the inside is very modern with high ceiling, sharp lines, corners and alcoves.
When people use to visit the first thing they would say is, "Your house is like an art gallery."
I suppose it is but I love it.
The last 4 photos are random skull art. The top 2 are wreaths
and the last two are pyrography art on leather.
What has stayed with you from childhood?
Have a wonderful Tuesday.
Honor and integrity in art, in life.