The Three Things Challenge. #163.

Welcome to Di of prnsitivity101, The Three Things Challenge.
Every day Di will give us three things that will hopefully trigger your creativity.
You don’t have to use them all if you don’t want to, simply read the prompt and see what comes to mind.

Today’s three things are SPORT,HOOK,CANVAS.

Image from Pixabay

Well what’s the theme?

Can’t you see, really?

Not really all I see is a lot of blobs.

They are not blobs they are runners.

Really, and that huge halo?

Yes,and thats no halo it’s a spot light.

So what’s the canvas about.

You honestly can’t see it?

No!

Its the sports arena in Hook

Twittering Tales #125 – 26 February 2019

Photo by Jay Mantri @ Pixabay.com

Art Jim.

Art Dealer:”What do you mean it’s art. Do you think I came down on the last train. The colour is all wrong too white the lines too crisp. Just too clean it’s been done before. Dirtier unsanitary even where are the dirty clothes? Have you anything original”
Artist: “A cow or a pig”

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This is my entry  for Kat Myrman of Like Mercury Colliding Twittering Tales.

The Friday Reminder for #SoCS & #JusJoJan 2019 Daily Prompt – Jan. 12th

Our prompt for #JusJoJan and Stream of Consciousness Saturday is: “art.” Talk about something that’s hanging on your wall. Add a picture, if you’d like. If you have no art on your walls, talk about something in a museum. Have fun!

Art for Art’s sake.

Many years ago, I really do not remember how long ago it was, I went on a trip to Henley with my sister Frankie.

We had a lovely day and after we had walked along the river we visited some of the shops.

As the afternoon wore on we found an art gallery, we popped inside and I spotted the most beautiful painting of a Dalmatian. I fell in love with him immediately.

The painting is by Mackenzie Thorpe . As I said I fell in love with the painting immediately and even though it was really out of my price range I wanted it. My sister convinced me I should by it as, as she put it ” you work, you earn why not have something you love occasionally.”

So I bought Herbert and his beautiful frame and Frankie and I walked through Henley with my massive and heavy expensive package.

So what did he cost….£99. This may not sound a lot of money for a piece of art but over twenty years ago, when I bought it, that was a princely sum.

My husband was shocked at the price thinking it was very extravagant. Mind you now we both love my piece of art. Herbert has been in the kitchen, the hallway, upstairs and downstairs. He is now in his permanent spot in the living room where we can see him everyday.

We both are glad I invested in this work of art.

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This is brought to care of LindaGHill and is an SoCs #jusjojan collaboration.

Stream of Consciousness Saturday: Art

LindaGHill of  said :Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is: “art.” Write a post regarding “art,” be it an object or a name. Note: I’m not asking you to draw something, but if you’d like to, we’d love to see that too! Enjoy!

Rules and pingback  

Art

Lines upon the paper

Colour upon the blank  page

Explosion of Art.

Image

Still life

Still life grey and white

Line on line builds the picture 

Art from dark and light 

Image

Crayons

Bold lines on the wall

How fast they grow, never slow

To Mum it is art.

Image

I have had to do this early as we have visited tomorrow (Saturday) 

The Ballerina

Just like being stretched upon the rack

bruised toes and aching back.

Practice practice every day

no time to sooth those pains away.

Willowy thin is hard to maintain

you have to be strict and refuse treats

again and again.

If you grow too wide or too tall

you will loose it all, your dreams will

tumble and fall.

A brief moment of glory portraying

Nutcracker or the  Swanlake Story.

A few weeks of fame, reward for a

lifetime of self denial and pain.

Then back in the chorus no one even

remembers your name .

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