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hahaha, Kathy, love your comments!Monica, you are a good one!
Hi Kathy! This is so true, so true! Thanks for reminding me that I too am am artist! I create beautiful quilts and am very brilliant at all kinds of arts and crafts! I tend to forget that and am very hard on myself! So, once again, thank you for reminding me that, I am an artist!
pg, I love him like a son..................Suzy, you would not believe the "lawn ornaments/art" that he comes up with. He has built 4-5 different types of bicycles from scratch (he is a machinest) now almost finishing a pennyfarthering. So he likes bicycle art.jc, to say your an artist does not also convey the fact that you are a good one. hahahahahahah
wow, i am a little shy now!!
Must admit, before I solved this, it looked like horns from a bull. Of course, it is the other painful picture of a bicycle seat. :P)
Now there is a bunch of bull if ever...... Your son must be a wonderful person then.....
jc, you are not only an artist, you are a sweetheart.
Michelle, sometimes the most powerful graphics are the simplest ones, look at corporate logo's. Thanks for dropping in, also consider you an artist.
so i am an artist, good to know Kathy!
Very much like this, Kathy! How inventive a use and such a simple graphic...
gnt, thanks for stopping.annax4, old quote I like, thanks.lydie54, always good to see you.pg, this is my son's version of picasso's bull head that he has on his shop outside wall, working on posters for his inside shop. For some reason, you remind me of him.
The last time I saw a bicycle in that condition I was in a serious amount of pain. I must have been an artist. It made a lasting impression on me that was for sure.
Nice quote. Thanks, pilley!
Like it pilley