We have a guest blogger today - he hijacked my laptop and threatened me with death (seriously - those CLAWS!) He was locked in the studio until 4 am pounding away at the keyboard. My sincere apologies for the following. :)
There are places here.
Places I can only go when the two-legs are behind the moving wall in the dark time. My eyes do not need light. I can go to all the places. Blast. Except that round place with the chewy green leafy that falls over and launches me through the air to the other side of the room where I land of course on my feet. All of the other places are mine.
There are things here.
Things I cannot touch in the light without explosions of noise from the two-legs. Things I will touch anyway. Things that are mine. All the things are mine.
There are also the live things here.
The two-legs who confound and annoy and ignore my commands. Their teeth flash often. Why so hostile? It puzzles me. The four-leg is ridiculous. I swat him as he goes by on the climbing place. The four-leg is also mine. But I do not want him.
That is all the things. Now go.
"Prince" - mixed media on wood panel (baltic birch, uncradled), 18" x 11" x .5". Ready to hang (back has been pre-wired for hanging). Available here and at Artfinder.
Guest Blogger Norbit
About the painting: sketched and painted directly on the wood. Acrylic and acrylic mixed with gesso. Liberal use of water bottle and rubber wedge. Charcoal added to smudge features in the final layer, Finished with a coat of a low-odor sealant spray to preserve the charcoal.
I do believe Norbit could quite possibly be the reincarnation of Prince. Just sayin'.