|"In the Shadow of Your Wings" 6x6" Oil on gessobord|
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More adventures of the traveling easel! I feel like I have been let out of a cage this week basking in the glory of new-found freedom. It's like I just gave myself permission to color outside the black lines. Woo-hoo, the Lone Ranger rides again! Wonder why I didn't think of this before? All of that time I spent trying to mask out all the bouncing reflected lights...what was I thinking? I love seeing the myriad of color appearing everywhere, especially in the shadows. It's like someone just turned the lights on for the first time!
Last night I drug my 8' tall wooden easel into the breakfast room where I spotlighted this barren orchid. That juicy red starlet saw this as her big chance to shine and literally jumped out of the fruit bowl, anxious to make her stage debut. I didn't have the heart to tell her this was her first and final debut.
Does anyone out there know how to get an orchid to bloom a second time? No matter how many songs I sing or tap dances I have performed, not a one of my three beautiful orchids will offer to produce an offspring. Anybody know any good jokes I can try?
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