I'm sure people are wondering how things went with the March for Babies back in April. Things went well. The fundraising was a success and although the weather was very cold and rainy for the walk, there was still a great turnout. I look forward to doing it again next year.
I really do wish I had more time on my hands to really use this blog in the way that I had intended. Unfortunately, I just don't have the time right now, so this blog gets neglected more often than not. Maybe someday I'll be able to carve out some time to use it the way I would like to, but not right now. So here we are with my posts few and far between with a little update on what's been going on with WyldAngelz Designs. I am currently in the process of planning a wedding. I've got about 2 months left and still a lot of ducks to get in a row. So, a lot of other things have been taking a back burner. Even my Etsy activity has slowed. I haven't really made any new products in the last couple months. I might work on a couple once I get some of the more important wedding details sorted out.
Aside from that, here is a glimpse of some other things that have been going on outside the Etsy shop. I finished and framed the squirrel painting and entered it in the Regional Exhibit at the local art museum along with another piece. The other piece was something I had never tried before. Since I work in the medical field, I decided to try some art with medical images. (ie. Inside the body and under a microscope.) I started out with an MRI image of the Circle of Willis which is a group of blood vessels inside the brain. The image I chose was at a very unique angle and the reason I selected that angle was because it had some other recognizable shapes in it and I felt it would be visually interesting. I chose a bright color scheme and called it "Full Circle" leaving it open to interpretation for those viewing the piece. I was pleased to know that the doctors I worked with all saw something "vascular" in the piece before I told them what my inspiration was. Here's a picture of the finished piece. What do you see?
I am also very pleased with the way the squirrel turned out after some tweaking.