Now I am better, I decided to get back to work.
Dad got a box called New Balance that some shoes came in.
I took it in my bed and 'de-constructed' it.
There was cardboard and paper. It was a lot of fun.
This is "Pierced Cardboard Shadow Shapes". I am proud of it.
I am glad to be back at work making beautiful things.
Hope you are having fun too.
Beautiful work, Buster! Glad to see you're back in action.ReplyDelete
My brother George does similar pieces, but with the shoes themselves. (Although our mom does not fully appreciate this style of modern art)
I love the pierced pieceReplyDelete
it shows great focus to create the little piercings
I'm so happy that you feel inspired again
and that you're all better
It is very good to see that you have returned to your work. I think that you are right to be proud of Pierced Cardboard Shadow Shapes.
Do you think that you will soon be requiring some studio assistants?
Glad you shook off the cone thing. Glad you're back in balance. You have very strong chewins' and must create. I have a trick! I suck on my lambs head until it is pointed and then i growl at it.ReplyDelete
We are also glad you are back to work Buster! We love your art!ReplyDelete
The Mama and Dory
Maybe the new environment and the drugs helped you get your mojo back. Or perhaps you were visualizing what you would like to do to that vet with his "Cone of Shame." Whatever, your work is truly inspired. I like the shredded and deconsctructed box a lot.ReplyDelete
My my... looks like the great artist is back on his paws. Good job with the box... another masterpiece for the collection.ReplyDelete
You are an artist, Buster! You must get that good trait from your Dad. :o) Say hi to your Mum for me. Happy Weekend, sweet Boy ((HUGS))ReplyDelete
Buster, I'm so glad you are feeling better. I had doggie morphine before too and it makes me especially goofy. Did you have to have surgery? That is no fun. Your art is priceless. I expect it will be on display in an art museum soon.ReplyDelete
Dear Buster: I'm so glad you're feeling better and back to making beautiful things.ReplyDelete
an artist in his studio...ReplyDelete