Her Mum can’t paint for toffee!
Following my Thursday’s Special post I had many requests for more of Lisa’s artwork. I cannot do justice to her lovely home but this is a small sample of it’s beauty. Alternative six words- Is it any wonder I’m proud? Take your pick!
I won’t be here next Saturday. Poor me, I’ll be languishing in the Algarve heat. Take good care of yourselves, and don’t forget to keep the six words going. Debbie’s relying on you.
A theatre in miniature
I don’t suppose you were expecting this, and neither was I really! My visit to Preston Park Museum was a series of lovely surprises. I turned a corner to be greeted by a sign demanding CREATE! Well, it’s not one of my strong suites, but I was quite happy to look.
Apparently Cleveland College of Art and Design had done some work for the reopening of the museum, and examples of this are on display. A theatre made of cardboard cut outs was the chief exhibit. My photos don’t do it justice but I thought it was enchanting.
The leading lady?
The full ensemble
Aside from the theatre, there was costume, millinery and pure quirkiness on show. Creative, for sure. It made me want to see more of the students work.
Feathers and curls!
The devil is in the detail?
The peerless sharpshooter with the longest legs! (and his strange sidekick)
with devilishly cunning detail!
And lastly, six costumes designed for the Victorian Street.
Appropriately dressed for a trip to the Ironmongers
If you saw Gracious living, Victorian style earlier this week you’ll know how much I loved the museum. My next destination will be the Victorian Street. Hopefully it won’t disappoint. I’ve already been asked if there will be cake. What self-respecting Victorian Street doesn’t have cake?