Sunday, March 06, 2016

Still Life Sunday

Greetings to all!  It's me, Maggie, here with an artistic approach to our Serene Scenery Sunday series. As many of you know, I have a creative side, and have shared a few of my more meaningful still life pieces with you -- to review, please click here and here for the pieces I've soloed on, and click here and here to view some art pieces Cam and I collaborated on.

Anyway, spending a couple afternoons down in Mom's Studio this past week got my creative juices flowing, and I decided to come up with a new still life.  Mom took some photos of my work in progress, and I thought I'd share those with you.  You know.  To help you relax on a Sunday.

Here I am, getting my objet d'art into place:

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"Yep.  That just about should do it."

Having the piece so close to the edge is mighty tricky.

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"Wait!  That didn't move, did it?"

I had to make a very small adjustment.

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"There.  Now ... stay put ..."

YES!  Got it!

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Living On The Edge.
Still Life by Polargold's Margaret Thatcher.

It was a lot of work, but my art is very important to me. I hope this put a little serenity into your day.  Today, I will focus my creativity on some window nose art.  I thought I had a piece just about finished, then it mysteriously disappeared.  Hmm.  Have a great Sunday, everyone!

Yours sincerely,
Margaret Thatcher

9 comments:

  1. Maggie, your artwork is challenging and thoughtful. (And your snoot and paws are super cute!) We will ponder your composition for our Sunday serenity!

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  2. Very nice artwork - you are so creative Maggie

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  3. The Precipice
    by Margaret Thatcher!!!
    Hugs madi your bfff

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  4. That is art we understand - well done!

    Keep Calm & Bark On!

    Murphy & Stanley

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  5. Pawsome showing! We are most impressed. That nose art - a mystery isn't it?

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  6. Brilliant artwork, Maggie, and we love how you've titled it!

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  7. The effort you put in was worth it. It is pawsome.

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  8. Grreat job, Maggie! You're a true artist.

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  9. You are very talented Maggie.

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