Honestly, my greatest accomplishment today was rousting out a completely uncontrollable perennial sunflower that was flopping everywhere and generally being a very poor neighbor in the garden.
Then there’s this…
Some day, I will figure out that cut paper look that I want to do somehow. Probably. Mind you, once you start doing nonsensical allegorical paintings, it’s hard to know when to stop. “The Puffin Of Organization Astride The Dragon Of Excessive Craft Supplies.” “Excellence As A Young Hamster Maiden Nibbled By The Turtles Of Indolence.” You get the idea.
That’s who I need at my house—the Puffin of Organization! (Do you suppose he—or she—makes house calls?) I would SO buy a print of that . . .
This is delightful, and I want prints of the entire series (however many that becomes). By all means, never figure out when to stop 🙂
Oh, dear. The Turtles of Indolence have already moved in…
David T. Macknet ,
“The Meerkats of Mutiny being trounced by the Lice of Law”
Yeah – you can go all sorts of places with it. 😀
Re: Runaway allegorical art.
I think as long as you don’t sink to the level of newspaper “political cartoons”, you’re still good.
Best allegories ever.
I just wonder how the people at Blind Ferret feel about representing Justice. Probably gives them a warm, fuzzy feeling.
Mean Waffle ,
I tried to decide which animal would represent Procrastination, but I’ve decided to think about it later.
Seriously, if I could get Organization and Defeated Procrastination on the wall, I’d build an altar.
I hope the Puffin one happens 😀