Monday, December 31, 2007

The Three Little Kittens

Ms. Muse came upon Dexter, Gilbert, Dorothy and Mother who were singing:

The three little kittens,
They found their mittens,
And they began to cry,
Oh, mother dear,
See here, see here,
Our mittens we have found.
What! Found your mittens,
You darling kittens!
Then you shall have some pie.
Mee-ow, mee-ow, mee-ow, mee-ow.
You shall have some pie.

Ms. Muse admired Mother’s cherry pie and got her recipe. She scolded Gilbert for teasing Harvey the Mouse. Gilbert hung his head in shame and let go of Harvey's tail. Pretty soon Harvey was racing off over the hill trying to catch-up to his friends when lo’ and behold he found them stealing The Three Little Kitten’s Mittens!

Friday, December 28, 2007

The Gang's All Here

At the Holiday Party, Ms. Muse sang with the others. She was slightly off key and slurring her words considerably:

Roll out the barrel,
We'll have a barrel of fun
Roll out the barrel,
we've got the blues on the run
Zing Boom Terrara
Join in a glass of good cheer
Now it's time to roll the barrel
For the gang's all here

A good time was had by all and Buddy the Elf got her back home before the sun rose the next morning. Of course she did not get out of bed until 1:00 P.M. with a big hangover and was completely worthless as an inspiration for me!

Thursday, December 27, 2007

A Holiday Ride

Ms. Muse’s car would not start and she was late for her Christmas party. She had on her best holiday party clothes, her hostess gift was wrapped with a pretty green bow and her “dish to pass” was packaged tightly against spillage. “Oh what was she going to do?” she thought.

Quickly she dialed up the host and asked him if he could send someone over to fetch her and in a blink of an eye, she opened her front door to find Buddy the Elf ready to zip her away on Santa’s sleigh. And off they went into the night without a minute to lose.

About Me

Artist Statement: As an alternative sugar artist, it is my intent to surprise and delight my audience with sculptures that depart from everyday boundaries, thus creating rich dialogue around objects of edible art.