Whew, it's hard to keep up with blogging, no matter how good intentions are. We're in the (online) publishing business now, needing to produce editorial content, design it, preflight it, publish it and market it—all of those full time jobs, but we're doing it all in our 'spare time', so blogging has been simmering on the back of the stove. But we still love sharing the things that we love to do, so back again to this "Alice" room, produced for just ONE special little girl (that is now grown up somewhere out in the world). But we took PICtures!
This tree is a portion of a mural painted from floor to ceiling directly on the wall and on up onto the ceiling, all just to let the Cheshire Cat have a place to sit. But this was no static cat. No, we made it a cut-out in several pieces so that it could disappear slowly as the parents told the story. First the tail, then the body, then the head, then the toothsome smile.
All for one special little girl. More to come!
© Thomas Buchanan / Jill Haller