Thursday, August 9, 2007

Inspire me Thursday


This is my contribution for inspire me thursday this week. The word we are suppose to work off of is diary. I do need to say that I did not paint the woman in this. She is the one we found in the attic here at work. However I do LOVE the way the painting and her go together. Diary's are the ink that comes out of our minds. And this is my way of expressing the ink trail that's been coming out of my mind lately. Mostly in my journal but sometimes on this blog.

18 comments:

happydays525 said...

Love how you said the "ink trail"...what an image! Sometimes visuals (like this), put together really can make one pause. Love your take on this prompt!

V said...

Nice combo! They work great together. And thank you for the wonderful comment.

Miriam said...

Yes, the photo expresses your thoughts perfectly.

Cheryl said...

I absolutely love this! Such an incredibly clever interpretation!

Bee said...

I love how you think outside the square and yet the message is so clear. Excellent!!

Pattie Mosca said...

They do work well together...and "ink trail" I think you are on to something...I like it!

Royce Addington: said...

I'd liked to "2nd" all the above comments! You really gave a terrific spin on this...leaving us wondering where the 'ink trail' will lead!?!

Deb G said...

Lot's of fun!

Cheryl Finley: said...

Wow...very creative! And yes, diaries in our minds...most definitely!

Julia said...

I love your words and picture !

carla said...

What a great visual! I love the concept!

Alexiev said...

Good image... and great Blog...

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platinum blonde said...

They go together like peanut butter & jelly! :) good job! (PB & J sounds good right now!)

~Deb said...

Very creative! They go well together.

steve said...

Excellent image and idea going on here. Gotta love those old, 1950's ads.

heidi :: daisybones said...

Adorable image! I'm very impressed with your story here. You're going through such an intense difficult process, and doing it with such grace and strength.

It's so different (well, of course) from my experience (Being a bisexual Wiccan I don't have any religious conflict to add to the complexcity of the sexuality itself- the pagan community's pretty open-minded that way. And with my family they had the "crutch" that I could end up with a man, which incedentally I did.)

It's very courageous and inspiring to come out in the Christian community- much less to your family. Best of luck as they adjust to knowing you more truly:)

bluegreen dragonfly said...

that painting is absolutely incredible.

just me said...

I think I commented on all your blogs so... I'll just say thanks. What a fun group of "inspireme" artists and other random visitors you all are!