Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Good Girl

Good Girl, 8 x 8" ©2011 Kim Hambric

Once upon a time, I strived to be a good girl.  This has nothing to do with making out behind the school cafeteria.  I'm talking about always wanted to fit in, looked pleased, not make a fuss .  .  .  to act like the good girl.

What a waste of time.

I'm certainly not encouraging badness.  Far from it.  But the constant effort to be constantly correct is exhausting.  And I'm through with it (maybe, hopefully).

This is a messy, swirly do what I want piece.  And I really love what one can do with those bar codes that are on every durn magazine insert.

This piece is available on Etsy.


Mar gar et said...

Rumor has it that Grandma Moses was quite the rabble rouser herself!

Me likes your 'coffee shop' art. No wait, too nice.

It's al-riight....sorta.

Chris said...

Funny how showing your dissatisfaction can be interpreted as "badness" My dear, you are entering the "fuck you fifties." It's OK if you come in a little early! And art is a safe place to say "fuck you." Love it.