It’s Thanksgiving and I just wanted to wish you a wonderful holiday. I hope you enjoy your friends, family and great food today. I will be doing the same thing. I’m thankful that I can draw, cute little drawings like this thank you card I drew for my sister after she helped me through a really dark time in my life. I’m thankful to have friends in whom I can confide when things get hard and painful. What has you feeling grateful for today or any day?
I forgot to show you all 9 of my post-it drawings before I sent them off to Giant Robot in Los Angeles for their annual Post-It Art Show. Here they are on my desk. I think they turned out well. My favorite ones are the 3 Bat Girls or Bat Ladies. Which are your faves?
Oh man, I’m finally finished with the post-it drawings. The last 3 were a little bit different than the bunny girls and ladies. I guess you could call them bat ladies….and yes….they’re invisibly soaring above it all.
More done. More to go. I’m over half way done with the little, post-it drawings of all kinds of bunny girls and bunny ladies. 3 more post-it drawings to go….I’m so close to the finish line.
Little by little, I’m making more progress on these little post-it drawings for Giant Robot’s show. The due date for them is coming soon. I better light a fire under my ass to get these done.
Yep, I keep making progress. How many more do I have left?
I actually finished one of those little post-it artworks. It’s, of course, a Victorian Bunny Girl. I think she is going to love being in the Post-It art show at Giant Robot….oh the places, she’ll go….oh the things, she’ll see!
How long have I been in Giant Robot’s Annual Post-It Art Show? I don’t know. I really should take time and look back and count the many years. Nevertheless, come every November, it’s that time to make more tiny, post-it artworks again. As you can see below, I’m starting that work. My goal is to get 9 little drawings done before I must package them up and send to Los Angeles for the art show which starts in December. I’ll post more of the work in progress in the days to come.
It was a fun night at the Jill McVarish Gallery in Astoria, Oregon. We saw a woman in a very smart red suit, a pretty, little girl who talked about going to Paris and drawing, and we learned about water soluable oil paints (with which Jill McVarish paints). Oh, and of course, we saw my whimsical sculptures, The Plantimals. Below are a few photos of the lovely evening.