So - a week or so ago I posted a couple of a canvas I had painted over because it wasn't working. I was layering the background and not forcing anything - just waiting for something to show on the canvas or to have an idea strike. I was in my bedroom closet and spotted my youngest brother's guitar (which he hasn't used in years). My husband decided he wanted to learn to play - only he decided to teach himself. Needless to say that idea went by the wayside. So the guitar agreed to model for me. At some point I realized that I too little canvas for the guitar. So I decided to melt it - thus Dali's guitar. So much fun - I used paint and old hymnal pages and magazine pages and lots of paint, some stamps and my Stabilo pencil. I meant to take more pictures while in progress but whenever I thought of it my favorite finger brushes were full of paint! I'm still fussing with it and need to finish the sides. My daughter thinks it's finished - we'll see. I am starting to like it - there were some stages that were so ugly I thought maybe I should burn it! But I worked through and here I am. I am linking (a little late) to Paint Party Friday here. Thank you Eva and Kristin for all you work - go check this fabulous site. Special this week are auction pieces the proceeds of which will go to Sandy Hook Elementary. Thanks so much for stopping by. I love your comments - so please leave one if you have time. Have a blessed and art-filled weekend.