"Aurelia, you don’t watch football?!?"
This question is typically followed by looks and gasps of astonishment when asked by American friends.
And it reminds me of a similar question asked by Canadian friends:
"Aurelia, you don’t watch hockey?!?"
And yet another similar question asked by South East Asian friends:
"Aurelia, you don’t watch Sepak Takraw?!?"
Sepak Takraw, by the way, in case you don’t know…
… is a type of volleyball that’s played with the feet instead of the hands… which means that you have to do tons of somersaults and backflips in the air in order to spike the ball with your feet… which also means that it’s more like a combination of acrobatics + volleyball + soccer.
I don’t really watch it.
But my hubby thinks those Sepak Takraw players are pretty cool.
The only sport I like to watch?
Because those swimmers are all so artistic!
Well, with the artistry in my blood, it’s natural that I’m drawn to more artistic forms of sport.
Other things I enjoy watching, but aren’t really sports, include stuff like:
– Ice Sculpting
– Sand Castle Sculpting
– and even… Snowman Building!
Which brings me to today’s creation…
I’ve been drawing a lot of wreaths recently.
Especially Christmas wreaths.
But then, I thought I’d try something different and do some story-telling in my designs… combined with the subtle art of… Snowman Building!
If you’re a fan of my frames, and…
… you also like illustrated stories, and…
… you like building snowmen too, and…
… you’re getting ready to fill your store with Christmas art, just like most of my fans are right now, then…
… this new illustrated window frame might be something you’d like.
Check it out here, and let me know what you think of this new experiment!