Friday, April 6, 2012

sculptor dianne shapiro

explains her process
while the half-dressed frogprince waits patiently in the background
for the kiss of a princess... 
or at the very least a pedestrian's praise

12 comments:

Doug Hickok said...

I like the style of waiting this frog prince displays... patience is such an underrated asset. Have a super splendid weekend Mr. and Mrs. Brattcat :^)

Kate said...

Kissing a frog is always a good idea; one never knows!!

Cezar and Léia said...

How wonderful and what a nice opportunity to learn more about art with this adorable lady!
*** about your comment, I'm still waiting for some special meal here.Ahhh but last night he prepared some mint tea for me! I see some progress...I guess! LOL

Hugs and a lovely Easter to you and your family!

Sharon Creech said...

Love that the sculptor is standing amidst daffodils growing willy-nilly wildly.

Sharon said...

Did you take a chance and kiss him?

Tash said...

Love the passion she clearly has for her art. (Intentional or not, you captured the moment when the artist's mouth formed the same shape as the art.)

Small City Scenes said...

Yes you frog pic is WAY different than my little greenie.

I love your cobble stone pictures. MB

brattcat said...

sharon, i already found my prince.

Library Jewel said...

Diane is obviously passionate about her art! You certainly do have a prince already, Brattcat.

Lowell said...

An artiste at work, heh? What advice did you give her? I see several people suggest that you kiss the frog. You probably should think about that 'cause you could catch something nasty from such an amphibian. And I ain't fibbing.

cieldequimper said...

I'd have listened carefully all the while wondering where the frog's crown might be!

Bibi said...

I'd kiss the prince.