I didn't break it, nor did Rod and even if Weatherwax is uncharacteristically getting onto the counter during the night, I somehow doubt that if she broke it that it would look like this. Also, there was no water on the counter, so it couldn't have been a popping ice cube either. Tis' the season, I guess.
The season for confounding mysteries from beyond the reaches of human sanity, that is!
Check out the Fall edition of the online magazine Debris where, upon scrolling down but a jot, you will find the featured artist to be none other than Miss Bonni Reid. (Dignified applause.)
Debris is an online literary/art magazine that publishes quarterly and showcases outstanding literature, art, photography and anything else someone has the creativity to come up with.
Debris is the antithesis of stuffy literature journals and pretentious art magazines. It’s a magazine where everyone has a voice, not just those well versed in literature, art history and design.
With the exception of accepting certain works that are reminiscent of specific seasons, Debris has no theme to encourage creativity and to maintain a broad, open- minded perspective that is representative of life and all of its facets.
In essence, Debris is the garbage that should never have been thrown out.
Bonni writes: I'm very excited to announce a group show I'm participating in this month at the La Luz de Jesus Gallery in LA! Opening night is this Friday, so if anyone's in town, please pop by and say "hi".
And can I add, as of 6:13 PM Mountain Time August 3, almost all the paintings are sold; Bonni rocks, and will only get better and better, so buy her work while it's still affordable! (She's in LA all weekend so I can post whatever I want! Go, Bonni!)