Tuesday, March 4, 2008


Babaloo, again - funny , but this was also the title of a song by Desi Arnaz - a Cuban man living in New York. "I Love Lucy."

Image also has Lisa clouds and also a NZ refresh snapshot(inverted color lines).

Digital Lego's, if I may.

We have one open trumpet daffodil out. Maybe 100 crocuses blooming in the lawn.


Sweet Irene said...

Well done, John! How beautiful it is!

I don't know what is happening with you, but it must be spring fever that is making you so ultra creative.

I love the busyness of this one and the combination of colors and the way the image seems to explode outwards.

I am so thrilled that you are allowing me to alter them. They make for great subjects, although I still think it is almost sacrilege.

Lisa Sarsfield said...

So pleased to see the tree again. I love the segemented colours you've used in the tree and the splashed out effect at the tips of the branches.
Lovely blue sky too:)

Kris Cahill said...

Lucy, you got some 'splainin to do!

Bringing up Desi Arnaz, who I always adored, helped me see the 50's lines in this piece. That design style from then, the colors and boxy shapes, beautiful with the more organic images here too. The tension between them, but it's not a fight. Nice work. You've got a good eye!

The Artful Eye said...

Ba...bah...looooooo! Geesh, that's a funny reminder of Ricky Ricardo.

I see "The Outer Limits" do not try to adjust your television set...

Very nice, of course I love trees, like you love birds, there.

Flowers are bloomin' spring is in the air? Not here- weather is fickle, turned on the solar to heat the pool it's up to 70 but now it's still cold at night.

Ah, you don't want to hear my whining.

Hope your days are going well!

Kim said...

Spatial anomaly at it's best John...
the contrast between the hard edge geometrical shapes and nature works so well..
oooh I used to love Lucy and Desi...they don't make them like that any more :)