Something Rich and Strange
Jessica Palmer, 2008
Merry Christmas and Happy Hanukkah from Bioephemera!
A big thank you to everyone who reads and comments on my blog – you are why I do this. Enjoy your holiday and have a wonderful New Year!
Same to you, BioE! Your blog is absofuckinglutely brilliant!
Nice painting! Is that one of yours?
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!!
hey look, cthulhu~
This is gorgeous! I love the composition and how the swirls of water mimic, and are incorporated into, the octopus’s tentacles. Thanks for gracing us with such an awesome work! Happy holidays!
Merry Christmas and thank you for sharing your thoughts and finds with us. I look forward to more in the new year.
I concur with Michael. That is a beautiful piece and the octopus is so elegant, a bit art nouveau. Love it!
In case you haven’t seen it already here’s an album cover by Australian band Regurgitator, called Jingles. It features a very literate cephalopod!
I hope your holiday was lovely as well, and may I just add: full props for the categorization of the post.
Yup, it’s one I just finished – the first painting I’ve done in some time. It’s going out to my DonorsChoose peeps!
Wow, that’s one of the most AWSUMLY AWSUM pieces of octupus art ever!
Love your blog. Merry Xmas, Happy New Year, etc. etc. etc. =^..^=
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