Friday, March 5, 2010

Pondering

Untitled as of yet, collage/acrylic, 36 x 24 
by Elizabeth W. Seaver


I can't imagine what goes on in your head!
(Remark heard often in my studio, most recently at the completion of this piece.)
  
Should I worry?


33 comments:

Anna said...

This piece is SO GREAT! I love it. It has a really different feel. I love that you have a different world in your head. :) Doesnt it make life more fun?

Kathy said...

Fabulous!! I really like this piece. And, no, don't worry about what goes on in your head. Be happy - look at where it leads you!

Elizabeth Seaver said...

Whew! Ok. I am relieved...

Thanks for your comments, Anna and Kathy!

Kim said...

Fun! Great stance for the bird and love those eyes everywhere.

KaHolly said...

Extraordinary piece!! Worthy of anyone's wall, esp. mine! ~karen

Elizabeth said...

ABSOLUTELY NO WORRIES E!!!!!!
If your were not the way you are we would not be graced with such fabulous work!!!!! Love the new bird creations!!!

KaHolly said...

P.S. Thank you so much for stopping by my blog and leaving such a sweet comment. Virginia is a great place to live, too! I was born there. ~karen

Elizabeth Seaver said...

Thanks so much for stopping by KA, Elizabeth and Kim.

I am not really worried that I'm TWFW (too weird for words.) I have too much fun!

Martha Miller said...

word verification:

HEDSHROZ:

thanks for shrozin us what goes on in your hed!

what a fun piece! i can totally relate to what goes on in your head! it's a wonderland! :*)

thankyou for all your feedback and support! xo

Elizabeth Seaver said...

Don't you just love those verification words??? The last one I typed was "falsi!"

I appreciate your encouragement, Martha. The best thing about the blog world (after getting to see such great art, of course) is the support we give each other.

Saundra Lane Galloway said...

HA, you shouldn't worry as long as you continue to produce these most fun and awesome pieces!!

Elizabeth Seaver said...

Hi, Saundra! Thanks, friend!

Michelle Smith said...

Really cool! Nope, you shouldn't worry a bit.

Cathyann said...

Yowza! I think "here's lookin at you ' is a good title. What a fun piece!

Susan said...

Don't worry mon! Hee hee all of us artists and Tim Burton get that all the time! Elizabeth this is absolutely stunning, the colors, the creativity - wow! Thank goodness for the stuff in our heads, or it would be a boring world indeed!

Val's Filigree Fancies said...

Don't you worry at all!!! This one is my favorite one so far I think - he is so grand - love his stance, love his colours and that gorgeous tail - you have created a real beauty here - keep up your lovely creations!

Val's Filigree Fancies said...

PS I would name this one "Mr Grand" - he is just so out there :D

Andrew Finnie said...

Ho. Keep them out of your head! This is stunning work, the eyes reminiscent of a peacock's feathers

-Don said...

This is great, Elizabeth. I love everything about it. Your literal eyes for the peacock's feathers made me smile. Cool!

-Don

David Larson Evans said...

A masterpiece.

Brad Gailey said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog and the kind words. I'll be continuing the charcoal sketches and posting them for a while. They are a great learning tool. I've enjoyed browsing your work here and am glad I wondered over to leave this note. Thanks again.

Brad

Linda G said...

NO- don't worry. Your peices are great! - whimsical, colorful, and imaginitive.

Celeste Bergin said...

did you dream this? I once had a dream about flowers that grew as hair. I was going to paint it and someone told me "oh, that's an herbal essence commercial". lol--well THIS imagery seems totally original --it is wonderfully wacky.

Sadia Hussain said...

Very interesting! Love what you have come up with!!

Dorothy said...

Laissez le bons temps roulet ... in your head and everywhere else as well. LOVE IT and LOVE YOU!! Can't wait to see you!

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Tracey Clarke said...

This is fantastic, Elizabeth...I love it...

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

Nope, I wouldn't worry. I think you're good.
This is a beautiful piece.

Janette Kearns Wilson said...

Leave them guessing....thats what I say, it is such fun.
Thanks for visiting me

Ronnie said...

Hi Elizabeth, So good to see your knee at my place. I've also noticed you at Sandy's, but never imagined such great art was behind that knee joint! Beautiful work.
I AM NOW A FOLLOWER.
My recommendation for the name of this gorgeoulicious new piece of art is PROUD FANNY.
As for what goes on in your head, I think less imaginative folks wish they could go there.

Gwen Bell said...

This is so great, Elizabeth! Love those eyes in the tail feathers.

My answer to the question would be "fantastic imagination and creativity!"

Dana Cooper said...

I love this piece Elizabeth...the attitude described by the stance is fabulous!

Lisa Daria said...

No, don't worry, it's delightful, I love it.