Is it my brain? It looks as muddled!
Mine too ... pre and post the lobotomy!
the ruffle on a beautiful tango dress!
Perhaps an ornamental cabbage.
Ruffled fondant on an outrageous cake! This makes me giggle with delight!
lettuce edges, but also the flourishes of a child's dress, dancing.
A lack of Chlorophyll. And something that would take weeks to paint.
The kids still won't eat it.
A delicious bowl of spinach pasta with very rich Alfredo sauce..Oh yum! Time for dinner..
Hello Gordon, John, Susan, Steve, T., Angella, Antares Cryptos, Rachel & Lyn. . . woo hoo, good for you! What an exotic composite we're have here. These frills take me back to childhood; they conjure up a host of different associations and make me laugh - as do your interpretations. Thanks for playing! I will reveal all tomorrow. . . L, C (Rachel - 'the kids won't eat it?!' No, probably not ; )
Vegetable! I see veins in a leaf.
Victorian lady's ruff; contemporary judge's wig; jelly's hem, sea anenome?
The most beautifully ruched dress ever.xoxox
Or a clam's mouth.
Suspended. :)Photorealism? (My autospelling is uneducated, didn't know this term).
Hi Rebecca (you're back from Chicago - what an incredible, indelible time it's been?). Ruched dress and clam's mouth. Both/and. . . L, C x
Mim - you do. . . You see right through xo
Constellation AC - yes; suspended/photorealism - makes me think of a wave frozen in motion. Frozen foam. A held breath. (And yes, it would take forever to paint).
PS. Rebecca - when I first looked closely at this pic I imagined it as fabric for a dress you'd wear to your beach when you visit your jellies (have you seen the jelly pics Rachel has posted on her blog? Exquisite.) xo
I see a Dangerous Old Woman dancing to old 45's.. eyes closed.. whirling and twirling slowly..dreaming..
Hi Joan - I like the sound of your Dangerous Old Woman, dancing, dreaming. . . I'd like to meet her; she sounds like one of us?
cabbage. Not seeing anything very creative today. sigh.Thank you for the comment on the jelly photos. They were amazing to see. I think the sea horses were my favorite.xo
I see a fairy ironing out a crinkle on the white leaf just off centre at the top....
Rachel dear - there are days when anything and everything we look at resembles cabbage?! Even those things that aren't even vaguely related. xI love your sea horses, too. Esp. the leafy ones. ; ) xo
Jane - I see her, too (now that you have pointed her out; she's being ever so discreet.). ; )