The End Table Project
I found these two end tables- both for $8.00
*Ugly falling apart shades - didn't get a picture of those.
*Blonde kinda bashed about finish.
*Wobbly- needed some fixing.
But HEY! $4bucks a piece? What a deal.
So I sanded- primed- painted - added some awesome turquoise shades.
(they were $5..00 each)
So for a total of $10.00 each (tables, shades, primer and paint I already had) -
and a little time and effort-
I now have a great set of end tables!
Following is a post from 2016 on my old blog: webeginbeing.blogspot.com
I still adhere to these words.
I have since discovered Pinterest, which is AWEsome!
I have since given away or sold some of my supplies so that I can concentrate on a few things
instead of being overwhelmed by so many.
I focus mainly on Colored Pencil and Collage work now.
I teach Various Colored Pencil Classes. My hope is to have some on-line classes- stay tuned.
Learning from Any/Every Source
I like to Learn.
Whenever I can.
From whatever Source I can.
I like to Observe/Look at All Kinds of Art, Nature, People.
If we Limit ourselves to only one Type/Kind/Philosophy/Idea
then we will Always be coming up with "The Same Stuff"
I receive newsletters in my personal box from:
Free Will Astrology
to name just a few.
Some are daily, some, weekly, some monthly.
Sometimes I get a great deal out of the post and sometimes I do not.
But they are a good source of the written word from which I can gather
Ideas and Information and Thoughts.
I "like" numerous Artists pages on various subject matter on my Facebook Page .
Painters, Musicians, Collage, Photography, etc.
I enjoy going to sites like Demilked or BoredPanda
for more Visual Different/Interesting stimulation.
I go to the library and look through magazines and check out books
from a Wide Variety of Topics.
Fortunately or Unfortunately I also have this kind of SunRay Approach to my Art.
I have yet to "settle" on a specific medium, theme/subject matter, type of Art.
I use fabric, paper ephemera, colored pencils, paint.
I work on paper, canvas, wood, textiles.
(when I had a MAC I also did computer driven work)
It can get/be over-whelming sometimes.
I am trying to follow The Buddhas words:
"Do One Thing Well."
I'll Keep You Posted
Random Ramblings & Imagery by myself & others: poetry, quotations, art, photography- whatever I find interesting & inspiring-
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