Archive for the ‘art’ Category
Friday is good for viewing artwork, don’t you agree? Chilaxing, I think. Here’s Moon Bush Attracts Fairy!even though I know that you already know that they do. Who can forget?
This drawing is a sample of the sort of illustrations I perpetrate quite often and upload freely to Secret Moon Art in the Botanical, Children’s, Fairy, Moon, Cosmic, and other categories, and which are suitable for all ages. Also, I design merchandise for my Art Shop @ Zazzle as well, so mosey by 24/7 for a peek as you wish.
All Art (when not Paper Collage or Pen): Prismacolor Oil and Rexel Derwent Watercolour pencils on black paper by Jude Cowell 2011; Atlanta, Georgia area, and too close for comfort to the Georgia Guidestones.
It’s Snow Across America!
If you haven’t yet viewed NASA’s satellite photos of a snowed-in America click to marvel!
Apparently here in Georgia we may be getting a few more snowflakes mixed with the rain we’re experiencing today but so far, no flake has fallen to my knowledge. But there is this…
Image: drawing, Snowy Path (here, in color) from my Secret Moon Art collection of Botanical, Children’s, Fairy, Cosmic, and Moon illustrations.
Many of my drawings may be found decorating merchandise in the Jude Cowell Art Shop for your 24/7 art browsing pleasure!
For you, it’s Womany Jungle, a fanciful figure study by your blogger of the moment, Jude Cowell, creator and curator of Cosmic Persona Designs (featuring Chiffonery Art and Boudoir Blossoms Art for 17+ers) and owner of the Jude Cowell Art Shop at Zazzle where you never know what might turn up for your consideration (including my sexy-fun Cosmic Lilith Art Calendar 2011!)
Look, it’s mercurial Hermesia thinking of past and future while simultaneously planning to languish about this weekend and get herself in the mood for a cozy hibernating season 2010!
Yet still the curiosity of Mercury’s handmaiden, Hermesia, continues…
This is a glad shout-out to Julie Demboski’s analysis of the astro-atmosphere for Tuesday December 14, 2010 which you may find useful since Julie’s article Modest Goals clues us in to what’s on the universe’s front burner for today!
Also, you may have glommed onto the news about secret codes – numbers and letters – recently located within the enigmatic eyes of Leonardo da Vinci’s painting of the Mona Lisa.
Well, yesterday I pondered upon a possible astrological explanation for one of the mysterious discoveries, the number 72 which relates to the quintile aspect (5th harmonic) and Renaissance Man da Vinci’s amazing gift of artistic creativity!
By chance, do you happen to like sepia-toned images of fanciful figure studies? If so, a visit to Sepia Art Theater may be just the thing for you.
‘Art, Drama, and Chocolates’ is the art blog’s theme and all drawings are presented in sepia tones yet most images are linked to their full color versions! An Art Slideshow with script is available (scroll down a bit) but perhaps best of all, your ticket for attending is always complimentary.
At Sepia Art Theater, matinees run 24/7 so perhaps I’ll meet you there!
“Are wall calendars passe?”, asks Gina, and here’s a new ‘fanciful figure study’ portrait of the lady herself from my Boudoir Blossoms series of drawings. Gina invites you to check out her turn as 2011 Calendar cover girl which you’ll discover in my Cafe Press Art Shop!
As you know, there’s 24/7 browsing in the Boudoir Blossoms Art Shop where you’ll spy Gina’s affordable 2011 Calendar for US$7.99.
Not a bad price, especially if you don’t mind a little Chiffonery Art to introduce your year and decorate your wall! This is a single image and sheet calendar with the 12 months of 2011 upon it.
But if you prefer an art-filled calendar, then I might suggest to you a more abundant Lilith Art Calendar 2011 with its glamorous bevy of beauties, one for each month of the year! ;p
An Archetypal Art Note: one of Lilith’s many faces is ‘the glamorous woman’! jc
A fanciful figure study from my Cosmic Persona Designs collection of Boudoir Blossoms and Chiffonery Art portraits – some moody, some fashionable!
For 17+ viewing only; all Art copyrighted by artist; no photos involved.
PS: it’s only Art. People have been known to view it and go on to live perfectly normal lives afterward. Promise. jc
In case you missed this morning’s news, my fanciful figure study in oil and watercolour pencil of ‘Scorpio Girl in Pink Frock’ is now available as a framed Art print for your wall.
If Scorpios and others wish, they may whisk away and check her out in my Boudoir Blossoms Art Shop hosted by Cafe Press!
Note: my drawings are only Chiffonery Art after all. Some images are on the racy side, yes, but there are No sexy photos to be concerned about…still, my drawings are recommended viewing for ages 17+ only.
Thanks for your compliance,