Tuesday, February 3, 2009

change

i just read in one of my books that once you make a change, then it's like you can't stop. could this be true? what does werner think. this is a portion of a long paneled painting titled change. i have been riding that wave. you really have to
break open. it's also cool to see all the changes other people made, since i made a change. i get dizzy if i think too much about it.
so, i am creating a big new show to hang in the fineline bistro on state street, right after saint pats day.word on the streets say it's the hottest and best restaurant. after that it's the alice in wonderland show. i have always wanted to do that. but no, i don't think i will wear that dress and socks she wears. is it pink?

8 comments:

C. L. DeMedeiros said...

I find your work and writing
amuzing stuff

TheColorTree said...

I disagree. I can always stop making changes. Change is bad for the digestion.

Both Sides of Ben Marlan said...

The fine line eh? I thought your paintings were vegan. change is inevitable, might as well go with it.

Both Sides of Ben Marlan said...

i think werner has probably gone completely mad. his dog called me up yesterday and asked about my blue jeans. what kind of ship is he running over there?

rac75 said...

Roxy called you Ben because she saw the latest pictures of you on your blog and wants a date.... hubba, hubba... Talk about change, huh?

ILOVE the idea of a "change" show Alice, and especially love the Alice in Wonderland idea!!!!!!!! How perfect!!! Won't you please illustrate a children's book for me?

--rob

aliceinblogland said...

what a shock and a change, five comments. whoa. thank you C.L., i shall visit your blog. ben yes i agree with rob, you are now mr.internet! or at least one side of you is winning.
and werner is changing all the time, beware.

Both Sides of Ben Marlan said...

you might be right, rob. i did notice something different in her eyes last time over. or maybe that was her glazed over glare of an i want a potato chip stare. theyre both the same really

Both Sides of Ben Marlan said...

i have been watching Werner. his arms and legs seem to be growing longer, and hands and feet more colorful. is he turning into a mobile? we should notify someone in local government