Michelle Hedgecock, Artist | Nature Muse | Creativity Workshops
"What we see depends mainly on what we look for."~Sir John Lubbock
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Tuesday, June 8, 2010
La Brea Glue Trap
"La Brea glue Traps, Ready To Use! Just peel and place."
Harvestman made from ceramic bead and scrap wire; Cricket, spider, and dead bug made from found nuts/bolts, scrap wire, ceramic and glass beads. "Glue trap" is a scrap section of wood flooring, painted with acrylic and wood glue.
Dimensions: glue trap 9"x3"; technically, this is still in progress as I'm looking for just the right scrap piece of cheesy vinyl flooring (~2'x2') to attach for full affect ;)
Join my meetup group for creativity exercises & outings inspired by nature!
Join my LET NATURE BE YOUR MUSE meetup group for free! Feel your creative energy soar...
Hold nature in your heart and you will never be without inspiration.
Found Art Tuesday
The Found Art Tuesday (FAT) project was started (October 2006) by the generously kind and talented artist, Rosa Murillo. Her inspired project has grown into an open group of artists creating art for the love of art--and leaving these personal offerings in public places for fellow souls to find! It is a community about "adding to the unpredictable excitement of life & making the world a better place through artwork."
Be sure to visit the Found Art Tuesday Flickr group to see what others have created, and found! I especially encourage you to express your artistic side and join in the spirit of F.A.T.--it is a FUN addiction ;)
"Ocotillo Woman" - FOUND!
F.A.T. release "Ocotillo Woman" - FOUND on Eisenhower Trail, Palm Desert, CA. Click photo for more details..
Thank you for visiting my blog :) I hope you enjoy what you find here, I hope to inspire your creative spirit. I am inspired by junking in the desert, nature, people, oddities, and other (perhaps questionable) things. I love leaving art anonymously in public places and on trails for people to find (Found Art Tuesday). You can also find me as the "Nature Muse," guiding fellow creatives in fun and inspiring creativity workshops often held in--or at least inspired by--beautiful natural areas. I love sharing alternative creativity exercises to keep our creative energies evolving and growing. I especially enjoy spending time with fellow creatives like you, learning from your creative process and inspired ideas! Creative expression is a daily gift from our soul, stop trying to figure out what's inside and let's just unwrap it...