Category Archives: oil painting

6/26/08 image prompt – soup kitchen witch

Hello everyone. Since we never really know what the day will bring (or when we will knock off and go home), I am putting this Thursday image prompt up early and offering both the original and a later (scribble witch) … Continue reading

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4/10/08 image prompt

That week rolled by quickly! Welcome to the collaborative storybook. The image above is the Thursday prompt. Jump right in! Your ideas are welcome here. Colors aren’t quite as true but for higher resolution pic click on image below.

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a moody little drawing

a moody little painting sits atop a moody little piece of writing

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a picture for the moment – standing in the shadows

something for this rainy day. would anyone like to make up a story?

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selfish lizard- twice resurrected poem of the day

Here is a little darkling of a poem that has been rattling around my brainpan. I’ll try to make something a little more upbeat for my next post. The image I have paired here is the 3rd panel in a … Continue reading

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