Today’s painting kind of reminds me of one of those puzzles that you worked so hard to finish only to find that a few pieces are missing. So here’s to all the unfinished moments in life and the beauty that remains.
Maybe the painting should be sub-titled “Just another Ship in A Bottle”.
The ship enclosed in this mason jar however is an image of The Melita. It was the passenger ship that carried a young Phoebe Connor, her parents, brothers, and sister to Canada as they immigrated in 1920’s. The aforementioned Phoebe was my mom, so the Melita at least to me will never be just another ship.
How did they make those ancient architectural marvels? Today’s post “Licorice Pyramid” offers no clear answers, but is still a tasty treat.
Elevated above the indigo sea rests the “Licorice Hi-Rise”.
At least until the sweet tooth kicks in.
Today’s post is another homage to the humble licorice confectionery (albeit one clothed in gold).
Better than Lego because you can eat them. They are simply towers of tasty fun.
From the mosaics found in Pompeii, to the coloured glass of medieval cathedrals, to the dots of Georges Seurat, the Ben-Day dots of comics, and now with the dominance of the pixel, images have long been constructed out of pure blocks of colour. Today’s painting “Infinity” follows this methodology and hopefully gives a bit of respite in these trying times.
Both of my parents were immigrants to Canada. One was from Ireland, the other was born in Scotland. My mother’s family before their disembarkation attended a church service for the prospective immigrants. During that service the above message was given. Over the past year or so it seems like we are all living in a strange land. I hope you can find prosperity, and more importantly peace as you navigate your own strange land.
Today’s post is one of my “Preserve” paintings. The items preserved are gem stones. Well, actually they are glass marbles and a CBC button. Everyone has their own ideas about what gems are.
Wishing everyone a wonder-filled Christmas.