So, I just wanted to say thanks to all my blogland friends for all their kind words and support from the last post. I very much appreciate them and I am fine! I have not blogged for a few days as I am madly trying to finish off an album which I put on hold while Michael was here. Promised it to her for a tomorrow evening viewing. That's the scarey part - showing them an album on their life and they have no idea what I have done - scarey.
And I thought that I had seen all the uses for a Dremel after working with Michael. But I was wrong. Here were my ink stained fingers after finishing the collaborative piece and for a few days I just could not get rid of the ink – I had done a lot of inking, but it usually washes off after a day or so. I just couldn't get it off, so Michael gets out the Dremel and demonstrates how to sand off the ink on my hands. Quite a cool little trick really – except if you sand in the one area too long – ouch!
Michael, this one is for you! Treasure's galore:
My ex-hubby Bob fell in love with Michael’s art and took us to his warehouse where Michael had free reign to choose some junk which was by no means junk. Anyway Bob was searching for some pieces that his mum had purchased from India about 30-40 years ago but couldn’t find them. Well today he found them and delivered them – a huge table full – just waiting for Michael’s return. Great incentive, don’t you think. Anyway some things need a bit of a dust and clean but not all cos that's the way he likes them.
Check out Genesha - hope I got that right?
And Shiva (of which there are many pieces) – I think I have that right???– not sure about the deities but I know Michael loves them.
But this metallic piece will blow him away as we discussed pieces using materials similar to this.
Here’s a closeup.
Got to get back to the album!!!