Enigma 232: The judgement of Paris - From New Scientist #1378, 6th October 1983 [link] One day, a handsome shepherd named Paris was minding his own business, when three goddesses hove on sight...
Friday, April 03, 2009
Yesterday's prompt on Blissfully Art Journalling was about how fluid one felt. This was my response. This time after scanning in my original page and adding a photo I printedit out on card then added some gouache, then submerged the whole in water! It took quite a while to dry... Finally I also added some gold and silver but they haven't scanned well.
Yesterday I noticed this in a charity shop window, after closing time:
Its not a perfume I'm familiar with but looking it up on the web it appears to come in a curiously shaped bottle that might be described as a bust... in which case this bust was bust... :-)
I felt the moral was that if one feel's shattered it may be because of something that's been bottled up.
Yesterday I forgot to show the niche I'd made for my Spirit Doll of the East:
I happened to make her at the Vernal Equinox so the others will have to wait their turns: South at the Summer Solstice, West at the Autumnal Equinox and North at the Winter Solstice. At least their niches are ready for them.
Now any suggestions for finding really hidden bottled up things and releasing them gracefully?