Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Uh Oh

Everyone with imagination feels like that sometimes.

Really.


Edit: replaced the photo

23 comments:

femminismo said...

Very clever! Sitting on a pile of plate chips she hopes won't be discovered? Hmmmmm. You've done it again.

Cláudia said...

Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds!!!!

Wonderful!

Jasmine said...

Some days more than others :)

Lorenzo — Alchemist's Pillow said...

Uh, oh. Brings to mind the character Raymond as played by Dustin Hoffman in the 'Rain Man' film. A captivating image ...

Charles Gramlich said...

How cool. I love the broken chips under the bowl. Looks like a meal you might find on Star Trek!

Shayna Prentice said...

I know 'uh oh'. You made a most lovely flower!

Totalfeckineejit said...

"Uh,Oh"

ArtSparker said...

TFE- Now that's what I call short fiction.

Tom said...

makin' lemonade of lemons, again?

Giulia said...

Yes, really. But it is fun. Really.

Steve said...

Definitely all the time.

Clowncar said...

shatter. reassemble. repeat.

rosedale's 4head said...

baby broken into a flower...

i like this 'uh oh' - there's no modesty in it ... and there shouldn't be...

ArtSparker said...

R- Creative people to some extent remain adolescents, sometimes rebelling against the status quo and sometimes afraid of disapproval.

Eva said...

This reminds me of Luca della Robbia, but not so pathetic and with the sense of humor I miss about him.

Titus said...

"Oh".
Just trying to beat the roguepogue.

Uh oh. Should have just gone for "Uh".

JJ Beazley said...

Now I know I'm not creative. Sometimes I court disapproval just for the laugh. That's pre-adolescent. The kid looks triumphant to me, and so she should.

aleph said...

"sometimes rebelling against the status quo and sometimes afraid of disapproval" it´s about a sort of spinning, circling movement, like that of the photo: everything is quiet, but something is spinning there with a clear center and high speed, and many things have been broken too; one organized movement and a lot of other movements that may seem chaotic, uh,oh!

ArtSparker said...

Titus- adding extra "h"s would change the meaning too.

Aleph- Now I see the result of the centrifugal force of yesterday's final photo on Tinytheatre.

Cláudia said...

Aleph: your comment is one of the best things I have read in months. It opened a gorgeous crack in my mind.
Susan's image and your words - what a glorious duet!

yvette said...

smashing cups and plates and other householdstuff?
because....

kiskissssssss

Celeste Bergin said...

what is broken is even better than what is whole--or so it seems by looking at this.

Deb G said...

One of the first words some of the children I work with learn are "Uh oh." :)