Sunday, November 08, 2009

art

The perils (joys? inconveniences? surprises? bizarreness... ) of living with a GCSE (grade 10/11) art student.

23 comments:

Lynne said...

This truly is a work of art. Not only that, but it makes a great photo! How inventive! But I can't tell what is dangling off the cold water faucet? Did she dye the water with blue food coloring? It looks like the Caribbean Sea!

Steve said...

Funny! Though you are FAR more tolerant than I am! :)

Barbara said...

Very COOL! All that's lacking is a wave machine. Maybe she could train the cat to swish it with his paw.

tut-tut said...

Great! I say, add some fish . . .

Liza said...

Now that is an artist.
I love it!
Thanks for sharing.

giulia said...

I love it,too. Brava.

Akelamalu said...

That's great!

ArtSparker said...

Subversive.

rlbourges said...

oh, you have one of those too? (think of it as a Navajo sand painting - fleeting.)

Betty said...

ROTFL! That is wonderful :D (and what Steve said.)

Ronda Laveen said...

HA! I see you live in a coastal area.

Tom said...

speaking of castles, was someone trying to build a sand castle? The tide seems to have washed it down the drain.

Chick said...

LOVE it...very artfully arranged sand.

Dumdad said...

Now that's art and I love it. But if my daughter did that in our new bathroom sink....

herhimnbryn said...

Love it! But now you can never, ever empty the basin. It is a work of art and must be preserved.

natural attrill said...

Fabulous!
Penny.
x

e said...

Clever girl, you have Lettuce! Celebrate these moments and preserve them in photos so you'll have them when she leaves home and you find yourself missing them and her!

Wonderful!

Coffee Messiah said...

Very creative, and it appears bigger and better works will follow!

Cheers!

mouse (aka kimy) said...

great installation!! can't wait to see what lg can do with the tub!!

edward said...

it do need some real fish... small bite size ones.

Brian Miller said...

that is amazing!

...mmm... said...

Very creative indeed. Reminds me of art projects I did at home when a kid. I never allowed my kids such abandonment as we rented most of the time.

lettuce said...

ha! funny comments, i'll show LG your comments. she will be especially pleased to be described as subversive.

lynne, stuck to the tap is a fishing rod with a ceramic fish at the end. bite sized for a cat, whale sized for the little boat.

we did keep this for a while but brushing teeth in the bath got to be a nuisance....