I had a friend over today and we spent the morning doing art. Not serious, change the fate of the world art. Fun, experimental, have a good time art. It was a wonderful release and a great way to perform reentry after the long weekend. I started by creating a couple of postcards. Yes, I am behind. That’s what summer does to you. Robs you of your routines in the most wonderful way! I had some blue masking tape staring me in the eye and decided to play with it. I added some scotch tape and a bit of old paint covered wax paper. The masking tape was so much fun. I’d put it down, decided I wanted to move it, and peel it up so easily. I wish all my materials were that cooperative. For the second postcard I continued on with masking tape borrowing some fun colors from my friend Jessi. When the scotch tape ran out I went over to packing tape. I like the grids contrasted with the free form shapes. After the postcards were done, I pulled out some old 8″x10″ masonite boards that I had been working on a while ago. I kept not liking the way they were going and kept changing them continually. So, I changed them some more today and you know, I might actually be close to finishing them. I guess I let them sit long enough. I’ve included pics of them as well so you can have, in my friend Ant’s Aussie vernacular, a “sticky beak”.