‘You’re so lucky’, said my very-nearly-ten-year-old niece

‘I’m lucky? Why?’ I asked.

‘Because you can take new photos to put on your blog every week.’

Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.

Pablo Picasso

 

Random Acts of Travelling Sculpture

Which of our friends here is to feature in Random Acts of Travelling Sculpture?
Yep. You guessed it.
The one with the funky headgear. And I don’t mean the chicken.   ‘Peronelle and Pals on the Verandah’
Styling and photo by Ruby Foster-Swain

Random Acts of Travelling Sculpture Peronelle 2 Ruby Foster-Swain

Random Acts of Travelling Sculpture
Peronelle on the Dresser
Ruby Foster-Swain

You may think I’m small, but I have a universe inside my mind.

Yoko Ono

Random Acts of Travelling Sculpture

Random Acts of Travelling Sculpture
Peronelle and Persian Rug
Styling and photo by Ruby Foster-Swain

“You seemed so far away,” Miss Honey whispered, awestruck.


“Oh, I was. I was flying past the stars on silver wings,” Matilda said. “It was wonderful.” 

Roald Dahl, Matilda

Feel free to scoop up your child heart and fly with this arty challenge.

You can’t go wrong.

You can only do it your way.

As per April 1st and April 8th…Here’s your challenge:

  1. In April, photograph an object in three different settings.

  2. Cut and paste this Sally Swain’s Random Acts of Travelling Sculpture blurb in its entirety.

  3. Nominate three (or six, or nine) others for the challenge.

  4. Share your three photos plus blurb far and wide, tagging the person who nominated you.

  5. Be willing for your (credited) photos to be included in the Sally Swain Art Facebook page or the Art and Soul Space blog.

  6. Be invited and delighted whether you are nominated or not; whether you feel inclined to participate or not. No pressure. Really. May your creative juices flow, Randomly, Actively, Travellishly and Sculpturally. 

    PS If you are a Follower of Art and Soul Space blog, consider yourself already nominated!

    PPS Feel free – very free – to share your experience or not-experience of Random Acts of Travelling Sculpture in a comments box below.

Advertisements

5 thoughts on “‘You’re so lucky’, said my very-nearly-ten-year-old niece

  1. Pingback: Divine Play | Art and Soul Space

  2. Pingback: Love + love + love = joy of creativity | Art and Soul Space

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s