Friday, August 25, 2006

Monday, August 21, 2006

Her Purple Evening Bag



Welcome to Cosmic Persona Designs! Scroll down a bit for a SlideShow of art, some cool links, and such.

Looks like someone's headed out the door for a party. No trendy chat line for her--and no inflated phone bill either...


8.21.06 8:25 pm

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Wednesday, August 09, 2006

Intimate Gathering



A "gathering"...which reminds me: visit my page at Gather if you wish...you'll find some art, some family pics, and some annoying limericks in no particular order.

8.9.06 9:15 pm

UPDATE 8.12.06: If you're a TagWorld member or wanna be check out a new group I created today called Art Mavens...join up today at TagWorld !

And if you can't get enough of the magical, check out Dorlana Vann's Silverweed Muffins...a delightful book!

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Wednesday, August 02, 2006

Hidden Pond



Here's another visit to Cosmic Persona from Pattillo Armadillo--he's discovered Hidden Pond, and a fairy has graced the scene!

Scroll down an inch for another Pattillo portrait with links to more...

8.2.06 4:29 pm

ART LOVERS! Please scroll to my new "Vote for Me" button and Click to vote for Cosmic Persona Designs on the new Blog Top List directory--and add your blog to this new List, too, while you're at it! jc


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Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Mysterious Footprints




Pattillo arrives at the pond to find mysterious footprints.

This drawing is from a second tale concerning Pattillo Armadillo which I've yet to write...as with the first Pattillo adventure, sometimes the art is the first to occur.

To see more images of Pattillo from 1996 go here and from 2005 go here. Patt would like to see you too!

8.1.06 10:08 pm

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Dahlia



Here's Dahlia's close up.


8.1.06 4:56 pm

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The Grolier Club of New York

"Do not fail to draw something every day, for no matter how little it is, it will be well worth while, and it will do you a world of good." Cennino Cennini (1370-1440)

In artist Robert Genn's Newsletter (see icon link this page) this week we read of an exhibition at New York's Grolier Club, Teaching America to Draw. Show reviewer Michael Kimmelman reminds us that,

"Drawing used to be a civilized thing to do, like reading and writing. It was taught in elementary schools. It was democratic. It was a boon to happiness."

Elementary schools certainly emphasized drawing when I was a whippersnapper--and it was my favorite thing to do. I love Digital Art--it's amazing, but let's not throw away our pencils and pens just yet!

Founded in 1884 The Grolier Club is for bibliophiles and graphic arts enthusiasts. Named for the great French bibliophile Jean Grolier (1489/90-1565), it may be worth some clicks in 2006!

8.1.06 11:04 am

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