"Dagfinn's Big Day Out" - acrylic on cradled wood panel, 11" x 14" x 1.5". Ready to hang. Available here and at Artfinder.
Can you tell?
I am back to "Ten Minute Monsters" and whatever wackiness shows up in the sketch book. This big-bellied ogre was a hoot to paint. That face! That hand! That little bird! There is heap load of fun happening here.
I suppose you could have too much fun.
But would you?
Would you allow yourself to have so much fun that you'd really, truly classify it as TOO MUCH? I've tried, let me tell you, and it isn't easy. Those little nagging responsible thoughts jump right in and let me know it's time to (insert to-do list item here). And the fun stops.
Dagfinn's Big Day Out
When we were young, fun was the goal. And we didn't ration it, feel guilty about it or apologize for pursuing it. If your parents were like mine, you were cautioned against excesses of anything, and perhaps led to believe that if everyone had fun all the time, the world would become a boiling cauldron of chaos and dirty dishes.
But part of me wonders...if everyone had a little more fun, wouldn't the world be a BETTER place? Dagfinn wants you to think about it today. He's writing you a prescription to increase your daily fun. He swears he is a doctor of sorts, so....doctor's orders! Get out there and make some mayhem. It will be good for you.