by Percy Cat | Feb 13, 2008 | ART, nature's energy
Vibrant hues and shades of magenta in nature’s own dracena plant.
Give art to your Valentine and he/she will have a gift that
not only endures but enhances emotions and spirituality.Â
The energy of love in the colors of nature!
Dracena Reflections No. 1
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Dracena Reflections No. 2
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by Percy Cat | Feb 7, 2008 | ART, art business, nature's energy
February 2008 Monthly Giveaway This Classic Totebag featuring “Cocoplum and Cattails”
This is a nature’s energy reflection image ofÂ the cocoplum bushes and cat-tail grassesÂ that accent my front walkway.
The original photo was taken at twilightÂ when the most magical light entices the fairiesÂ and devas to dance and playâ€¨regardless of who may be watching! Vibrant and subdued hues of violet, purples,â€¨greens and rich, golden yellows make thisâ€¨an elegant and fashionable bagâ€¨forÂ evening or casual dress.
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by Percy Cat | Jan 15, 2008 | ART
I’m a serious, morning coffee type.Â Freshly ground (at home) Starbucks French Roast
with steamed milkÂ and a touch of cinnamon..ahhh my favorite!
Without that first cup… I shudder to even consider the possibilities!
At some point, I started noticing the intriguing images createdÂ from the drips that remained when I’d finished
pouring the life-giving,Â rich, deep-brown morning elixir into my favorite cup.Â There, on my stovetop, between the circular patterns of the electric coils…Â (by the way, as soon as I can, I’ll install gas instead and my friends can laughÂ again when my daughter and I bbq hot dogs over the gas flames)Â …were graphic images, dried old coffee spills that looked like…
coffee creatures?!?Â Something to be photographed and, of course… turned into art!
Prints of old, spilled coffee. Sometimes several days of spillsÂ melded together because I knew it could be a better image
with just a little more… spill.
My teenage daughter just rolled her eyes – an all too frequent responseÂ to many of my creative projects.
Dryspells – usually implied for writers block.?
Certainly applicable to artist blocks or anytime you’re drained of creative ideas…
a dry spell? …a Dry Spill!
Here are three of the Dryspills:
and you can see all 9 at:Â Â http://www.plant-spirits.com/dryspills.html
Go ahead, add your comments. Coffee and conversation is what this art is all about!
What do the dryspills look like to you? What’s your first thought?
Have fun with this. I’m hoping for some creative insight into my favorite caffeineÂ addiction.
certainly coffee is one of the most popular Â ‘Nature’s Energy’ drinks 😉 Â