126 thoughts on “Colour Her World

            1. Uh huh!
              Now the string is bothering me.

              I’ve started the book. CH 2. I read at turtle speed, but I retain like elephants.
              I’m usually a chapter a day in the morning with coffee!
              Thank you!

                    1. Now you tell me!!
                      Because I like you, I’m taking a positive attitude on all this. It’s probably good for my complexion, like a milk bath.
                      There is a lingering sour odour emanating off me, but it will help with the ongoing social distancing.

                    2. Hmm, could be all the dried fruits and nuts people have been tossing upon me. If you notice that “je ne sais pas” something about my hair, that would be granola.

    1. I agree! It was a pleasant experience finding this.
      It’s one of those spots where artists keep on painting over other artists’ works. A dignified amount of time passes before a paint over happens.
      This is the most recent paint over. The last one went almost a year……. maybe more

  1. Colourful…..most colourful! That artwork certainly beats a blank wall. I like how the background elements are blocked in segmented colours whilst the young lady has a complex pattern of colours to her face – possibly hinting at her personality and character.

    1. She is gorgeous!
      Had some issues with WP, and it turned out to be my browser.
      I’ve been all over the place, downloaded the new Firefox. It’s a lot more work than Chrome, but it feels safer.

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    1. I’ve been over on Art Gowns, trying to catch up.
      So happy you like this. Again, I’m fashionably late to comments.

    1. The colours are wonderful. The artists does a lot of busy colourful graphic designs, which do brighten the places they are painted. This is one of his best faces.

    1. Eddie!
      Agree! Where would we be without imagination?
      You take care too, dear Eddie!
      I’m logged into Art Gowns right now, but you know who I am, whatever Gravatar of me is present.

      1. How… your picture in the other one is different. How are you doing this, magic lady? Hey! By the way, I updated my Twitter account picture. Check it out for the latest happenings! Then sew a sewing of that!

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