Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Exactly #898

























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Oh, store brand, value honey, clearly made by carpenter ants and not bees, why must you last so long, I am not enjoying you one bit. Other News: I should make it a rule to never collect things on our walks to paint later because every time I do, said things turn into green fuzzy moldy pompoms that do not resemble even an inkling of what they looked like when picked up. I'm referring to my collection of chestnuts collected as Brie tried to rest in the dirt during our walks in October - they should not have pistachio colored fur, I'm guessing. still life, acrylic 8x8"

5 comments:

  1. But it makes for an AWESOME painting Lisa!! Wow!

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  2. Everything I collect ends up going thru the wash cycle as I forget to dump pockets when i come in...at least the mold is attractive?! Nice work here.

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  3. My own thoughts on that are that it's not worth your time, the calories, or your body, to eat things that taste that bad. Also a lot of honey has been tampered with to make it more affordable. If you have them where you live, try a farmer's market and buy some real honey from someone who keeps their own bees. Just keep the jar you have for your wonderful paintings.

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  4. You did the only thing one should do with store brand honey - paint it. Now. Let's pretend Brie knocked it (open) off the table. We will not be angry with her. We will simply drive to the Fruit Center and buy new, delicious honey. It is an inalienable right.

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  5. really nice design-I don't have a sophisticated honey palate; maybe I should.

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