Sunday, December 09, 2007

Funny Thing


portable washi art station
Originally uploaded by m.Lee
She shall remain nameless

Delicious - ACEO

Sealife - ACEO

How the simple task of organizing my new little washi cutting ACEO making portable station along with finishing off a couple in the process can give me focus and allow me to go on to being creative. It is 2am and I just finished up a bunch of printing. I have quite a few finished pieces as well as some pieces that I hope to finish tomorrow.

Much scanning to do! I am pretty excited with the washi additions on the ACEOs along with some new blocks that are getting printed for the first time.

Now I must go to bed as I would like to go to church tomorrow and not be a total zombie. Though when you have a baby people kind of expect you to be a zombie, but they don't expect you to be a zombie because of art. What can I say, I suffer for my art! Sleep can wait.

Happy Sunday!

5 comments:

liz aka hobbledehoy said...

yay! Late night productivity (with zombie aftershocks) is better than the creative slumps. Gorgeous prints!

Right As Rain Creations said...

After reading your previous post as well, I have to laugh! Why? Because you are in the never-ending cycle of motherhood now! One day feeling so accomplished personally and maybe even domestically - and then the next wondering why you even make an effort to do anything other than be a house drudge! :)

Anyway - I love reading your blog and just wanted you to know that there are lots of us out there who can totally relate! Blessings to you and your family, no matter what kind of day you are having.

Beth Robinson said...

I love what you did with the lady card, having the patterns complement each other and such. I saw it while I was surfing aceos on etsy this morning and was very impressed, although I didn't realize it was yours until I read the listing. I bet I'll recognize future ones, though. Neat extension of your current style.

m.Lee said...

Thank you!

*yawn* I'm kinda having a hard time getting started today. :)

Quiltedblessings said...

I can fully sympathize with your "zombie sydrome". :O) With five kids and my quilting, I don't think I've slept longer than 5 hours in a night in over 12 years! :O) Great work though! :O)