Thursday, January 13, 2005


So does it count as a "gluebook page" if you fill in some spots with your paint program before you upload it to your blog? Does digital enhancement take away from the spirit of the thing, which is really (at least to me) to create something where I'm not worried about being perfect? Gluebook pages are more like quick sketches for me. I try to put less thought into them just to see what I come up with. Playing in my Paint program seems to be cheating a little . . . anyway . . . I like silence--HATE loud noises. My dysfunctional childhood, when loud noises usually meant hours of verbal abuse or the dealing of a blow to the head, have made me cherish quite and calm. . . The other thing I wanted to say . . . I was excited to remember that I had two drawers--TWO DRAWERS--full of pictures, magazines, etc. that I haven't looked at in over a year. It's like finding a treasure trove. This entry came from digging through the detrius of a collage frenzy from before my divorce. It was nice to create something that wasn't angry from the images I found there.  Posted by Hello

3 comments:

Dispater3030 said...

Yes, this does create a nice tableau of silence - very peaceful, if somewhat heavily shadowed.

Two drawers of material, huh? Just imagine what you would find if you cleaned up your Studio?

Love you. : )

Anonymous said...

I'm diggin this look, as well. It would be totally awesome with more retro photos. I love the eye in the background. Great job.

Anonymous said...

I'm diggin this look, as well. It would be totally awesome with more retro photos. I love the eye in the background. Great job. Hope