Wednesday, December 17, 2008

What's An Artist To Do....

Ok, so the question is, what's an artist to do when she is in what I like to call (a sudafed induced brain coma ) brought about by the deliberate ingestion of this product to relieve horrible allergies?? You obviously cannot paint when you are in this state but you can still be creative. The pendants in this post originated from just the situation I described...I was feeling poorly over the weekend and couldn't paint but I decided to get creative with some new pendant designs. Large and bold designs taken from various painted pieces I've done over they years. The bird is from a ceiling tin and the Morning Glory is from a gourd.

The bluebird is created from a jewelry box and the lady bug from a goose eggshell pin.

The dragonfly from an eggshell pin and the butterfly from a turkey display egg.

The purple African Violets are from an eggshell pin and the chickadee is from....I cannot remember where. Seriously, I cannot remember but I better figure it out soon.

The butterfly image from a ceiling tin and the pink rose from an eggshell pin. Until next time when my brain is hopefully more clear....enjoy.

14 comments:

Melissa and Emmitt said...

hi ruth!
oh they are wonderful!
i hope you are feeling much better today!
xo
melissa

Betty Jo said...

I too hope you're feeling better. I've been sick with sore throat and cold. I'm not nearly as creative as you when I'm feeling bad. Those are beautiful!! xoxo

celestina marie said...

Hi Ruth, hope you are feeling better. However, in spite of your brain fog, you still pull out your amazing creativity. Your pendants are gorgeous.
Take care and feel better.
Have a nice evening.

Thanks for stopping by, always great to see you.
Hugs, Celestina Marie

Catherine Holman said...

Take it easy for a while and get some rest. I'm a good one to talk!
Hugs,
Cathie

Marilyn said...

So sorry to hear that you've been feeling bad, but you do absolutely gorgeous work in your "sudafed induced coma"! :)

NeereAnDear said...

Ruth they are beautiful!! I too hope you get to feeling better.... hard to celebrate the holidays when you are sick..

Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and a Very Happy New year!!

HUGS

JO

La Donna Welter said...

Sorry to hear that your not feeling well, I hope you feel better soon!
I do have to say even sick your creativity shines!
Blessings,
La Donna

Donna said...

Sorry to hear you're not feeling well, Ruth. Take care.

Wishing you and your family a very happy holiday!

Hugs,
Donna

Abby Creek Art said...

Well you're sure doing some nice work with a brain freeze!

Those are beautiful, Ruth...and very ethereal. They all evoke such a calm, inspiring feeling.

Charm and Grace said...

These are so beautiful and you are so very talented. I hope you will feel so much better very soon... I can related to the sudafed induced coma! Sometimes I will take an Excedrin migraine (contains caffiene) along with the Sudafed just to counteract the drowsy effect.

Blessings,
Christi

Suzanne said...

So sorry you were feeling poorly, but it didn't seem to effect your creativity! Love these!
Feel better soon.

Gail McCormack said...

Glad you made use of your "down time" Ruth
Your creations are beautiful

Let's hope you're feeling better for the big day

Merry Christmas to you!!

Inspired Tokens said...

Ruth ...I do hope you are feeling better. Your work certainly doesn't reflect the fact that you are in a 'Sudafed induced coma'.

I love the African Violets the chickadee!

Wishing you and your family a wonderful and safe holiday!

Catherine said...

Hi Ruth! They are all so beautiful!~leave it up to you to still be so creative when you are feeling bad!:D I think the chickadee is my fav!
Hope you are feeling better! I just popped in to wish you and yours a very Merry Christmas and a Happy Healthy New Year! One of these days I'm going to splurge on me and buy one of your beautiful creative works of art!
Happy Holidays Ruth! I look forward to seeing what you create in 2009, 2008 has definitely been a treat!
Hugs
Cat