I've since lost a few inches of hair, but my art remains the same...
Sunday, October 30, 2011
Thursday, October 20, 2011
Wednesday, October 12, 2011
I've always had a love for the mighty rhinoceros. In 5th grade my teacher read Rudyard Kippling's 'Just So Story' to us about a rhino with cake crumbs itching his skin. It always stuck in my brain, and I carried it there right into adult-hood.
When I met my big-beefy husband, he would always make me scratch his back and I told him he was the rhino from that story. It became an inside joke for us and I would get him little rhino-themed gifts from different trips I took. At some point I need to get a print of Albrecht Dürer's
Rhinoceros for our house.
So you can imagine how thrilled I was to be assigned the task of designing Potter Park Zoo's new rhinoceros exhibit signs! And after learning more about the two amazing rhinos who will be living there, I became even more excited.
Welcome to Potter Park Zoo Doppsee and Jello, you have a great big rhino-sized fan in me.
(Here are pix from the ribbon-cutting ceremony at the zoo.)
Posted by To Bell the Cat at 1:35 PM
Wednesday, October 5, 2011
K8 Cosgrove Fine Art can be yours and you don't even have to leave your computer! I mean, at some point you SHOULD leave your computer, your grandmother always says it can't be good for your eyes. And for God's sake correct your posture! Look at you, all hunched over and squinting!
As I was saying, original fine art is now available online: HERE.
And for those who want a specific size or prefer a little canvas on their walls, customized fine art reproductions
are available online: HERE.
Posted by To Bell the Cat at 7:37 AM