By the way, there is someone lurking on this forum who has been very instrumental to building Laurie's confidence and skills as a sculptor. Perhaps we should make a game out of seeing how long it takes you to find him. I know the answer and will sell it for the right price....
Spookineer, I'm so glad you brought up the subject of Count Jackula. I have been wanting to ask you about doing a feature on him after the first of the year. So wadda u say?Very well done Madame Turlock!
Laurie is probably the most talented person I have ever met. I wish that everyone could experience her home all decorated for Halloween, or any other holiday for that matter. She has a zest for life that comes through in her art as well as her personality. I have the honor of displaying two of her works in my home but am equaly honored to call her my friend.
The pleasure is all mine Laurie. There is a method to my madness. When I was in college everyone used to laugh at me for typing my notes for accounting exams. Yes, I said typing but at least they were "electric" typewriters by my college days (giggle). I find that the process of using my hands to write while I think is a great learning tool for me. I think it's because of the years and "hours" I spent focusing on music. I played the violin and viola for 40+ years. Music performance requires the use of both sides of your brain at the same time and it seems to be a very deeply ingrained learning process for me. So I don't know, do you think that qualifies me as bi-polar?Thank you so much, everyone, from the bottom of my heart. I appreciate the kind words and well wishes. And thank you Madame, for including me as one of your spotlight artists. I'm honored and grateful.
Dear Mr. Spookineer. I believe you played a significant role in bringing the Count to life. So I would be more than happy to also feature your special talents as well. I will let you focus on the other big holiday season and then I'll be in touch. Oh by the way, there is something else that will be special about doing a feature on your work. You were the first one to welcome me to the forum. There are some things a girl never forgets.I'd be all too happy to show off more of Lauries work!