Friday, December 25, 2009

Thursday, December 24, 2009

10

Winter's
red wool fringe
white tatted lace

Body warmth
Eye candy

together again


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Wednesday, December 23, 2009

9

 
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SUN
FLOWER
SET


many ways to workshop
conference collage class
over the phone


another tier of that sky studio,
SHARING THE LIGHT CAN BE DONE IN MANY WAYS!

8


perhaps
by the pond
lattes?
tea?
hot chocolate?

will wait for you
;-) :-)
me & you
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Tuesday, December 22, 2009

7

 

'may you have warm words on a cold evening,
a full moon on a dark night,
and a smooth road
all the way to your door'

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this winter light ignited by the moon in #6

6

a winter
night's
light
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Monday, December 21, 2009

5

PONSEWEE - Ponzi scheme started on the elementary playground by the creative spellers.

4




TEXTING: another artescape connector:

RENEE:'in backyard. woodpecker pecking on YOUR seedpods. sound of rattling seeds. tap. tap. no camera.'
NEVA: 'honestly. woodpeckers always after my real estate. here they just have at it on the house. NOW my seed pods, too! NOT CUTE.'

which is why woodpeckers did not make it into my "bird book of wisdom" that i made for Max this christmas!!

Sunday, December 20, 2009

3

first of all, i have a very big QUESTION.
renee's suggestion to define verification words that are needed to post a comment (after someone else's post)was a fun one to think about. but when i started thinking about this, i realized i long ago wondered about this whole process. i've had a burning question:
the question is WHY?
why do we need to retype this code?
it can't be for security.
it can't be to verify who we are.
it COULD be to just aggravate us.
i think that's it.
first we are expected to
try to SEE the letters/numbers/code, and seeing it is usually very difficult, and then retype them. if we can't, a different stretched out, wavy, non-sensical glob of symbols appears, and these also mean nothing. and if all this is too hard for us, we can click on the 'wheelchair' and see what happens. i've never tried that.

who do i look to for an answer?

meanwhile, here are some of these encryptions and what i think they could MEAN:

examples: possible meanings:
uncowi: thin, not fat
dedness: code for depressed
inessi: guilty of decadence
elseedi: the derelictical
effori: easily accomplished
reosen: an excuse
ousticat directed to leave
adgesso: to prime surface before painting

December's Views

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Thursday, December 10, 2009

copla


copla - a security verification word.
copla: co play - verb mostly, a noun sometimes. def: what we are doing on our blog. Playing with Art, together across the miles.
Want to copla?
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