Wilbur, bless him, decided to stay behind in April and "man" the studio. Personally, I'm convinced he got stage fright and wanted to blast out some way-out music and dance is socks off.

Once across the border, his absence was noticed.
Thankfully, while out hunting for last minute supplies, I bumped into Bernadette.
Bernadette, lying along side tubes of oil paints and miniature canvases, caught my eye or did she wink?
Whatever she did made me smile and continued to do so while sitting on my passenger seat as she tapped her wooden hand rhythmically to the Foo's.
Wilbur has met his match.
The doll is "mid-way mad".
A few pics of her in action to prove it.
She disappeared one quiet morning leaving her spot of choice (centre stage) to catch a few rays of sun.
Bernadettes' spot of choice during the show: right up beside the gold medalist himself Rembrandt.

I hunted her down,


saying hi to Paradox

( a statue created in 1993 in memory of the world famous stallion Paradox).

p.s: serious art work is still happening in the studio with both Wilbur and Bernadette enjoying the music. However, all drawings flowing of the board are birthday commissions and can't be shared until a later date.


Anonymous said…
Your having way too much fun with that doll! You are definitely making me laugh this morning. I like the post about your studio too! Your red cupboards are so organized! Can you come organize my studio for me?
The studio is looking slightly different at the moment. Maybe I should get ask the two dolls to pick-up after me and in exchange they would get to play their wild music even louder and a wee bit longer! Love to come and help organise things at your end: it's much easier to do when helping someone else...
Elaine Hurst said…
How funny! I love it! Artists should all have a good sense of humor, and have fun while being creative! Way to go!

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