Oh, Those Violets Are Driving Me Crazy

Driving Me Crazy © Catherine Rutgers 2012Oh, those violets are driving me crazy. Oh, those violets are driving me crazy. Just want to see them all day!

Oh, those violets are driving me crazy. Oh, those violets are driving me crazy. I’d like to be them all day!

Oh, those violets are driving me crazy. Oh, those violets are driving me crazy. Just want to show them all ways!

From the semi-green grass of Spring 2012 to the unforeseen dimensions … here we go!

We Only Need a Tiny Space © Catherine Rutgers 2012

Irrepressible © Catherine Rutgers 2012

Live Through This With Me © Catherine Rutgers 2012

Don't Be Jealous © Catherine Rutgers 2012Sea O Violet © Catherine Rutgers 2012

Crazy for You © Catherine Rutgers 2012Phenomenally Liquid Dimensions © Catherine Rutgers 2012 and 202001 Driving Me Crazy, 02 We Only Need a Little Space, 03 Irrepressible,
04 Live Through This with Me, 05 Don’t Be Jealous, 06 Sea O Violet,
07 Crazy for You, 08 Insane Dimensions
Photos, transformations, and text by Catherine Rutgers © 2012

About CatRutgers4Art

Original art by Catherine Rutgers, with musings on the media and the methods. Founded in 2010. “I believe in magic moments. Am not afraid to be sentimental, and adore a tweaked cliché. Two of my favorite pastimes are watching paint dry and observing green tendrils unfold.”
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4 Responses to Oh, Those Violets Are Driving Me Crazy

  1. Susan Scutti says:

    love moving down the screen from realism to abstraction — to my taste, you can take more steps into the abstract. really beautiful.

  2. Many thanks, for the likes, Julz! Violets are a wonderful, and popular, topic. There was once a huge industry growing them for people to wear in bunches. That’s a fashion I wouldn’t mind seeing revived! Part of the allure, I think, is that they arrive so early in the Spring. Here is one of my favorite posts on violets from a recent search: “Violets” at A 130-Day Foreigner, http://kprestel12.wordpress.com/2011/01/04/violets

  3. Thank you for responding to the “Violets” and other posts Josie! It warms my heart to see that you are taking a tour through this work.

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