I'm in the midst of them. It happens. I have no idea how to finish this week's Documented Life challenge. The challenge is to cover up the good stuff, the prompt is what lies beneath. So I glued some good stuff down on the page, including a cute little valentine I got from my friend, Nancy. Then I started covering up with paint, dyes, acrylics and white gesso. I used molding past and created some texture. Now everything is blue and purple, with some gold accent and I have no idea where to go from here.
I added more to the pages and then discovered I used the wrong prompt. Should be Going Undercover. My quote doesn't make sense in that context HOWEVER, I discovered an Irish writer I want to read more of - Robert Wilson Lynd and ms creativity returned for a bit this afternoon leaving me quite giddy.
"There are two sorts of curiosity - the momentary and the permanent. The momentary is concerned with the odd appearance on the surface of things. The permanent is attracted by the amazing and consecutive life that flows on beneath the surface of things."
I've written it down numerous times. I left out "ary" as in momentary, on the piece and think to myself, "well then, that's part of the odd appearance on the surface of things, isn't it." Other than thinking it needs a bit of black, I'm thinking it's done.