Thursday, August 13, 2009

Cleaning out the Computer Files Again...






As we have established...I am a Fidgety Person...always looking for something to do...so when I am waiting for something on a doll to 'dry' , or waiting for Richard's part to fit my part (sounds weird I know) but it is doll related.... I hop on the Puter and 'clean' moving, shifting, rearranging, dumping and copying loose files and folders...of which I have MANY!!! I am forever running into 'past work' from several years ago that I totally forgot about...finding it again is like a little treat for me . I found my Shadow Box Folder of work I have done as much as 6-7 years ago ...thought I would pop on a couple of my favs. They are mostly Polymer clay, air dry clays, hand painted art papers , and even a found desert cholla. I LOVED doing these Shadow Boxes...each so different, each with a different meaning and purpose...and each I enjoy creating soooo much. I always wonder why I stopped when I see them again... Hmmm, maybe it is time to get back into it again...just dabble a little here and there...again, a good 'Cob Web' cleaning of the old Artistic Brain...
Have a Great Thursday...
Jodi

7 comments:

Caseymini said...

Jodi! I love this concept! You need to do more of them. They are wonderful.....I especially like the face in the cholla! Get to work!

Patty Benedict said...

Jodi..I have always LOVED your shadow box creations! You should do MORE!!!!!
Bugs & Hisses
Patty

Judy C said...

I am sure you know I love your work. It is a real treat to see other sorts of work that you have done. Each piece is wonderful and gives me more certainty that you and John are true artists.

Designs By CK said...

LOVE the shadow box art...MORE MORE!!!

BIG Thursday HUGS,
mE :-))

nikkinikkinikki72 said...

I too think you should make more of these.
My favourite showing here is the middle one. I would love to see one similar to this in subtle autumn/fall colour washes.
It speaks to me and because i love driftwood wouldn't it look great outide of a frame and placed like a driftwood sculpture.
Nikki x

The Carolina Quilter said...

I love your shadow box pieces as well--I've seen some of them on CDHM and love them all. I especially love the first guy you show here!

Jody
http://minileapsandbounds.blogspot.com/

William Bezek said...

The sea witch is beautiful, in an angry bitter seeweedy sort-of-way.