Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Concise History of a Box


This was a little wooden drawer, separated from its family, a little orphan. I took off the part that joined it to its master, and made it independent. Now it has its own family.

9 comments:

  1. Perfect..Sometimes we choose our Mother's and sisters out of need..
    xoxo Nita

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  2. P.s Very lovely piece of art.
    xoxo Nita

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  3. This piece is so beautiful-it just speaks to me!
    chris p

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  4. I love the nautilus shell! Very nice piece~

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  5. so sweet of you to turn an orphan into a family. lovely art work. love how things come together ~ & it is so heartfelt. hugs & blessings, vikki ♥

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  6. Love the girl emerging from the shell. The touch of turquoise is perfect.

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  7. The shell adds just the right touch!

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  8. Such a sweet idea! I found a tiny orphan drawer last week and was trying to visualize a use. You've given me inspiration. All your artwork is so lovely!

    Nita Jo

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  9. This is so wonderful. How cool to use an old drawer as a box for a piece. Lovely. I just love the shimmer of colour on the shell.

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