Wednesday, June 04, 2014

Lady with the crazy neck



Big things happened! I moved to a different city (same state!). I haven't updated for LIKE A YEAR. FO REALZZZZZZZZ. no one cares! I care! you care! everyone cares! who the hell knows.

BUT. What I do know is that I drew this tonight. My model was "Modonna of the Long Neck" by Parmigianino -OR- 'Lady With the Crazy Neck' as my very good friend Lynn and I called it in college. Or tonight I am calling it 'Lady with the missing baby'.  There is absolutely no cryptic message relating to my life in that title my friends so don't read into it.  Google the Parmigianino painting and you'll understand.  That's your art history lesson for tonight.

Kisses (as always), Mary

Tuesday, October 01, 2013

More bubble hugs


I keep drawing this feeling.  

HUG THOSE BUBBLES, folks!

Anyway....I'm thinkin'/pretty positively planning to donate this small drawing to the Tugboat Gallery fundraiser - so if you're in love with it you can buy it for a good cause!).

Kisses,
Mary!

Sunday, April 21, 2013

Bubble Hugs

Bubble Hugs

You know that feeling when you take a bubble bath and you try to hug the bubbles?

Yeah.

Kisses,
Mary

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Don't fear the hat pin.

Sequin cocktail hat

Ladies and Gents, there's no need to fear the hat pin! Trust me; it's easier than you might think!  (not to mention it adds that chic little antenna that I love so much).

You just have to know the secret: create a little nest under that hat! 

Check it out:

don't fear the hat pin

The hat pin is also a little more versatile than an elastic band.  That's because you can position the hat many a place atop your head!  Tilted forward towards your forehead or farther back on your crown.

This sequin button fasciantor hat in the photos uses a hat pin AND has two interchangeable floral hair clips for adornment (hat is available here). You can remove them and use them on the days you're not wearing the hat! That's like 5 looks in 1!


Kisses!
Mary