Bubbles and bleugh

Hello, hello, yes I’m still here. I returned to my oil and water bubbles today, which was very fun.


The past few weeks I have been feeling in a bit of a funk creatively speaking. Everything I tried didn’t quite turn out right, and I became quite frustrated and annoyed with myself. So I had a huge purge of my stuff, threw a lot – and I mean a LOT of stuff out, and boxed up other things. If I don’t open those boxes in the next 6 month then they go out too. All I have left to play with is paint and paper, which is very refreshing. I walk into that room now and its so minimal. I have two tables – one for drawing on, and one for my paints. That’s it.


So of course, like the absolute doofus I am, I decide to start taking bubble photographs and ignore my lovely minimalist room!

But hey…we all need a change now and again don’t we šŸ˜€


Anyway, I do hope you are all well.



9 thoughts on “Bubbles and bleugh

  1. They are beautiful, you’re getting better, these are really sharp and defined. It does feel better when you have a really good clear-out, doesn’t it? It would maybe lift our spirits a little f the weather would co-operate, I am in desperate need of some sun and some warmth, all this rain and grey skies and and I’m still wear woollies!

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    1. Oh thank you so much! yes I do like how these turned out – despite chucking out all my previous background material from the last time I did this. Ah well, these look more summery and fresh I think. And I agree regards the weather – I have jeans and a big woolly jumper on, ridiculous! šŸ˜€

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