I must start doing that…since it seems more necessary as I grow older. 🙂
I have to say I’m tempted to start piping them onto the top of cakes.
i never can remember that buddhist group that drops sand from what looks like an ink dropper to make a beautiful mandala and then they destroy it upon completion, to demonstrate the transient nature of things i guess….aka writes an epic poem on rice paper and then eats it, low on carbs and may revive oral histories as well.
I recently made an experiment with a couple of items I guest-blogged on the blog of Mari Sanchez Cayuso. They were basically fairly minimal things, created on scrap paper with markers and highlighter. I scanned them and shredded the paper original. Then I manipulated the colours using the standard photo software on my computer. Then I posted them to my friend’s blog. Lastly I deleted my own copy of the image. The result was a question about what was an original work of art.
Well, to cut a long story short, they have now been deleted from my friend’s blog. That adds another question – does a lost work of art exist? I think I might have to write an article about it…
Looking forward to the article Marie – art in cyberspace, a lost and found. I hope the sleestacks from Land of the Lost are somehow represented.
Unfortunately, of course, I won’t have any illustrations to go with it! 😀
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