A little more political incorrectness. but somehow it's hard to get away from cowboys ans Indians in the 1950's. I loved my tepee and would spend a large part of July and August camping in the backyard over night! Enjoyed the bow and arrows too - and I never put my eye out - honestly, that's not why I wore glasses!!!
Remember Wagon Train? I never missed it - the covered wagons, the wagon master, the scout, the Indians? The wild wild west! I'd put on my cowboy duds and sit glued to the old black and white TV set. and when it wasn't on I'd play with my my little "Wagon Train" set. Wow - we surley went for cowboys and Indians back in the late '50's, early '60's - never realizing how much of it was so politically incorrect. Still, a fond memory of childhood.
Have had a rough time with chemo side effects the last week or so and have spend most my time napping (and reading art books and mags). Starting to feel a bit better and hoping to be back in the studio soon and woeking on some great projects. But for now, just regaining strength and energy. I'll post here and faceBook while I'm back up to snuff and let you know what's going on. In the meantime - nothing like a picture of the late, great, beautiful Mousie to keep our spirits up!
We are all artists--so when creativity calls, be sure to answer!
Growing up in Azusa, California, my kindergarten teacher gave me an "unsatisfactory" in
Cut&Paste, and I believed her for 50 years. Now I am a mixed media artist and work in a library.