Sunday, 30 March 2008

Two Things Native/Exotic

Punk Lions in shades kissing

Butterfly

Aztec Temple with green clouds



I thought it was quite a difficult challenge as we do not have many native exotic species here. However, today I found some old Christmas cards native to our living room on which Eleanor had painted some patterns made symmetrical by painting blobs on them and folding them over. She assures me that she wasn't intending to make any pictures and they were just random blobs. So these are magic paintings which made an exotic species and building come to life in our living room.


Also I am modeling an exotic couture creation (quite Aztec-y), which I bought today, native to Asda's, Hessle Road. I am as an exotic Bird of Paradise in our back garden. I am just about to go dog-walking so let's see how many hippies I can pick up lol

12 comments:

Tygogal said...
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Frances said...

love it Bev. Nice one. I have found this a really difficult thing as I don't really know what counts as Native or Exotic in my life... so I decided to be a bit silly about it - as you'll see when I post my two pics. Like that top though, I should think you're in with a good chance on the pick-up front - LOL
take a nit comb for the beards though, you don't want to be the cause of an infestation at home....

Frances said...

I'm guessing tygogal is another spam or nasty person, I keep getting those, now I delete them as soon as i see them.

dianeclancy said...

Hi Bev,

This is great!! I love the hippie outfit - it is exotic - and I agree with Frances and you that you will have hoards after you.

This paintings are fun too ... great entry!!

~ Diane Clancy
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Sweet Irene said...

You have what is called, lily white skin, by the English, which almost makes me suspect you are a redhead in real life. Can't tell, though, as your head is missing. Your other photographs are to vague for me to be able to tell the true color of your hair.

I think your interpretations are always spot on!

dianeclancy said...

Hi Bev,

I love the additions!!

~ Diane Clancy
www.DianeClancy.com/blog
www.YourArtMarketing.com

Bev said...

Thanks Diane, I was going to do a description of the second one but omitted the caption as I thought it was too weird.lol

Frances said...

like the new pics. Something Rorschach (is that the right word?) about them.

Guhn said...
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Bev said...

Frances, I am going to look that up.

Bev said...

Sweet Irene, my sister is a redhead. My skin colour will soon change what with all the dog walks I do and at the end of summer I am always strongly tanned on my legs and arms, though I do go red and have to use suncream on my neckline.

Bev said...

LOL Frances