Friday, July 30, 2010

More & More

Sending out thanks to everybody who responded to my last post regarding the comment from Anonymous. The theme seems to have struck a nerve as there are over 65 comments that have been left. I also want to thank Anonymous because his/her comment started this lively discussion to begin with. Whatever your thoughts may be regarding this issue, and their seem to be many, the fact that this conversation has taken place is nothing but positive.

Given that Making Waves, my hand assemblage series, and Headliners, my head assemblage series, were at the basis for this discussion...I thought it only fitting to continue the series and post the newest members.


Orpheus: Greek Father of Song


Available for purchase in The Altered Page on Etsy

Sold. Thank you!


Headlight...humorous, cheeky, a bit of a daredevil, and always brings brightness to wherever he goes.


Available for purchase in The Altered Page on Etsy

Sold. Thank you!

11 comments:

MosaicMagpie said...

What no controversy to get us fired up!
Debbie

ArtPropelled said...

My favourite hand in the series!

MrCachet said...

Yup! HEADight it is!

Anne Huskey-Lockard said...

Love the hand Seth!!!
And keep doing what you are doing; your work makes people happy! (well *almost* everyone....LOL!!!)
It makes ME happy!

Anne

lyle baxter said...

I love Orpheus,! so glad you met him! and Mr. smiley is wonderful!

Outside The Lines said...

I love them both....great additions to each series!

Lynn said...

The second "head" reminds me of Humpty Dumpty to sat on the wall.
I will go now and read what all the fuss was about! ;-)

Svetlana said...

Dear Seth, since I read your previous post I've been thinking what to say. You have received a feedback from someone who doesn't even have gut to identify him/herself. If that person is not able to stand up for his/her opinion by being identified than he/she is not worthy to be taken seriously. We can't make everyone happy. I understand that such comments leave bitter taste but the only way to overcome the bitterness is to keep creating. There are so many of us who are inspired by your work and that is what really counts.

neva gagliano said...

geeeeeze! i've been away and missed the anon's comments/episode...just read, and agree: good discussion followed.
of course it is fine to offer critique and opinions, but please own it with a name (my opinion on the anonymous syndrome/shield).
MEANWHILE, MY HAND,'Morpheus' is "giving me 5", a TREASURE 2 me made by our favorite NYC artist mr. apter! HEADS up! and hands, too.

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

Keep on making what you love. That's something I learned recently. Great way to quiet the critics.

deb said...

Orpheus is my favorite so far, not stale at all! LOL