Domestic Sculpture in Blue (or how to avoid doing the washing)

Do you also regard domestic work as a nuissance and a waste-of-time, but realise that it unforunately is a necessary evil? I do. 😦

Sometimes I try to cheer myself up, by pretending it is all a creative and fun adventure. And this is the result of that happening the other day when I was supposed to do the washing:

Domestic Sculpture in Blue (or how to avoid doing the washing)

Domestic Sculpture in Blue (or how to avoid doing the washing)

Wishing you a wonderful and creative week ahead!

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4 thoughts on “Domestic Sculpture in Blue (or how to avoid doing the washing)

  1. ute

    The sculpture is beautiful. I hope you did not put it into the washer! But that’is the problem with transient art: you can’t bottle it up as a kind of Zimmerschmuck!

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    1. Imke Rust Post author

      Thank you, Ute. I have really come to enjoy the advantages of transitory artworks in a world so full of stuff and things that we would like to keep for a hundred years. And thank goodness for digital cameras, to at least be able to take a pic and share it. Wow, I like the word ‘Zimmerschmuck’!

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    1. Imke Rust Post author

      it is not often, but every now and then, creativity just happens out of boring housework. Maybe we should try to make it happen more often.

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