Thursday, April 1, 2010

today

Today ... I made some little gift /storage boxes [ now in my shop ]
and
I finished a painting

I don't know the story here ....
I love to hear your thoughts
Is she Alice ?
with a creepy rabbit ?

and
I don't know where it's going
maybe to Etsy ?
maybe to a gallery ?
not sure
oh .... Happy thursday !


13 comments:

Ayala Art said...

They look adorable!!

Dixie Sargent Redmond said...

Your work is filled with psychological drama - the closeness of the space definitely has a story. You should illustrate a book, Sandy. It would be a wonderful one to read to my kids. Pick one of the old fairy tales that noone has done in a long time. You know the kind - the ones that aren't politically correct and Disney-ized.

Dixie

Janine said...

Sandy, these are wonderful! I think it reminds me of Alice and Harvey!

oldblackcatboo said...

Gawd! I LOVE your work!
I think that she is telling a little FIB and her rabbit friend is leaning in to make sure he's got down the details so that he can back her up! Which he should do because he's the one that has gotten her into this mess!
and maybe the title could be "Ask me no questions and I'll tell you no lies".

Just a thought!...AND I agree with Dixie

sMacThoughts said...

Perhaps after all the Wonderland experiences, Alice now sees everyone as rabbits...... including her father. (that's my interpretation!)

Abby Creek Art said...

Alice looks a little peeved to me...I think she's mad at her Father and turned him into a rabbit!

Sandy Mastroni said...

ha ha
Thanks for all the stories !

Ronnie said...

I agree with Dixie about illustrating a book. You're drawings would have children and adults intrigued.
I don't think she can see the rabbit, only hears him. That's why he's grinning.

Susan said...

Am I the only one who thinks they look scary? Yikes, it looks like the mean sister has turned her brother into a rabbit...and he's not happy.

Theresa said...

Everything looks great....the Alice and bunny painting should sell fast no matter where you put it.

Sharon Lafferty said...

Oh yes, a book, a book, what a wonderful idea!

I too, love everything you do :)

Gypsy Purple said...

Wishing you a happy and blessed Easter! xx Gypsy Purple

oldblackcatboo said...

Hello! I'm having Mastroni withdrawals...I'm addicted to your fantastic artwork!
More please!