Monday, November 3, 2008

London Town a Little Humor


This site was lighthearted and I thought it very creative. A little of the whimsy for a change. So have a good Monday folks! The artist is Ronald Searle a British bloke. He used pen, ink and watercolor crayons for this piece in 1920. I almost went with his painting titled "Precious Objects" but this one made me smile more.
The title is : "The Great Tabby Houdini could do anything"
The gallery is Chris Beetles and the web addresss is:

4 comments:

Pat Mc said...

I love this artist!! Could i have some help or suggestions? I cannot get any images to copy into this site. Everytime i try i get an error message that says the "address has to have 256 characters" and to use a code when getting help from Blog Support or Blog Help Group. When i attempt to get help, i can't because i'm not a member. I started getting this error message last week when attempting to copy an image from a Spanish gallery. Now it's coming up no matter where the images are (i thought it might be an issue with security and copy issues).

Carol Faber said...

Pat, I don't know why you are getting that message. The only way I can post a picture is by right clicking and use copy; than right click on my desktop and use paste and write down the picture number. Then I sign into my blog space and do a new post; click on the picture icon box right above the text part and use the left box that says browse. I look on my desktop and click and upload that one. Try that and see if it works. Good luck. Also send me your email and I will write up some info on how I start my routine for painting each time (clfaber@comcast.net) : )

Carol Faber said...

Pat, I have your email address. Send me the release at my email address and I will try and have a response no later than Wednesday. See yah!

Pat Mc said...

Carol, thanks so much for the assist! Will try what you recommended - if you see a nuclear cloud from this way, well.... Will send you the release to your email later today. Again, thanks so much for the assist with both issues!! Are going on the field trip this Sat? If so, see you then!