All in good time - David Stafford, Marie Wintzer, Guido Vermeulen and TICTAC

I don't know if it because its the beginning of the year, or we're getting old-ER!!! Or its just serendipitous, but I had a rush on the subject of time.  David Stafford sent me a calendar which included some of the DeskTop images from an old project - well its not ttthhhhhaaaaat old! Pink Floyd - Ticking away the moments. That make up a dull day. Fritter and waste the hours. In an off-hand way. Kicking around on a piece of ground...

So I'm thinking that if the toothed column ate an og, we're missing something with teaching? 

My favorite of course is by the Enchanter himself - Education is like a big-haired girl in a bare tree :-))! 

I never thought that DeskTops would come in so handy :-)

From Marie Wintzer aka Sweet Pea (Japan).  I asked her to make me a cover for a new book I am building to keep all her beautiful artworks in.  

Time like an ever rolling stream

Bears all its sons away

They fly forgotten as a dream

Dies at the Opening day.

12 months, how fast they fly. How quick the silver mercury slips through our fingers, looking for cracks in which to disappear.


From Guido Vermeulen (Belgium) -  The Time Sheet (Envelope)

Included was this Chapbook by  David Stone, and illustrated by Guido  titled Night Town (Phrygian Press)

A few lines from

A Cinder of Time

In Multiple places,

tired people

scratched visions

of indented theories 

of matter and cells...

set on the table 

a theory of causation

about an episode in Vienna. 

But - I think, if we can end our time as "Color me Beautiful" , looking like this card TICTAC (Germany) sent, the measure of our season turns will be Color Me Warm.    

Many thanks again for a wonderful selection of work :-) X

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Comment by vizma bruns on March 2, 2012 at 1:43pm

Keep your Medusa on, Cheryl, the work was just as beautiful upside down anyway! I'm used to it Down Under!! ;-))

Comment by cheryl penn on March 2, 2012 at 1:27pm

thin kit?

UUURRRGG!!! :-)))X

Comment by Marie Wintzer on March 2, 2012 at 1:26pm

:-))) We're all chilled out, we're all chilled out

Comment by cheryl penn on March 2, 2012 at 1:25pm

Comment by cheryl penn on March 2, 2012 at 1:22pm

o my word!!!! I think you're right! Its on its head :-( - remedy immediately!! thank you :-) - time has flown so fast the year is on its head! I thin kit lost its hair piece too...

Comment by vizma bruns on March 2, 2012 at 12:02pm

Is Marie's work upside down? LiZa said she couldn't understand it, but I told her to chill out, it's AAAAART!

Comment by David Stafford on March 1, 2012 at 4:53pm

Thanks, Cheryl...you've a had a good week mail art wise...Good stuff all round...especially love Marie's Grid of Wonders....

Comment by cheryl penn on March 1, 2012 at 4:20pm

ok ok - IF!!!! :-) C

Comment by cheryl penn on March 1, 2012 at 4:19pm

f I DONT highlight the Z, the spell chick does the WEIRDEST things with your name. As you know by now, I have lost COMPLETE control of her - I'd be careful and hold on to LiZa if I were you - she may just want her... Cassandra was given the gift of prophesy by Apollo because of her beauty - I don't know how hairy she was - or a snake licked her ear and she could understand animals talking too - something like that :-) - After ALL that - Ya - stick with LiZa :-))! 

Comment by vizma bruns on March 1, 2012 at 1:57pm

I like how you accentuate the Z Cheryl, I feel very Liza Minelli!! Is Liza a good name for a hairpiece? Was Cassandra a man slayer (or was that Diana? It's late, I can't remember.) Or Buffy!?

I quite like- Vizma and her hairpiece Liza!!!

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