I've been secretly admiring art lately; in the most interesting places. A lot of the art is on Traffic Signaling Boxes; but some of it is in our own back yards (well, okay, maybe our front yards too!). Otherwise, there's Mother Nature's way of making art; she just as spectacular in so many ways, we just keep on forgetting how many.
And then, there's my niece who is a great artist at the young age of eleven. Yep, I've seen some of her work recently and she's improving with every month that passes by. I'm so proud of her and her talents. Riley has been working on all kinds of art from her Japanese cartoon characters to Calligraphy - which she's learning at school - and she loves. She also loves the art of writing and can't get enough of it!
In the last week, I've seen a few other pieces of work on the north side of town. There are talented people who are going unnoticed by everyone - unless you're the mailman. And doesn't this letterbox look very cool? I think so. This guy makes me want to get a house so I can create a brilliant little place for my letters like that.
Well, right now, I'm working on that larger collage you see in the post below. It's going well; and right now, I'm getting into what colours to paint it. Unlike 'Love, Hate and Vampires', I'm not relying on just one colour. I have to think about what other colours to paint it and see how far I can go with it. It ought to be fun. I might try out gluing a big thick book cover on it yet... I'll let you know at the finishing photos.
And I'm also working on knitting a scarf too. It's for the K-Mart Wishing Tree this Christmas. I'll be knitting a beanie to match it for an older person; which I'm sure they'll enjoy. It's a lovely dark green colour and beanie will be a nice creme colour with the dark green put in stripes. Not too bad if you ask me.Well, that's all for now. Until my next post, keep being creative and keep knitting.