Wednesday, March 29, 2006

~ Angelica

~ Night Air

From the "Witcher's Lamp" Gallery

- (click image for a larger view)

These images are now available at

They are conveniently offered in a variety of sizes, priced from $35.00 - $150.00 US, in the "Witcher's Lamp" gallery.


The Backstory -

Back in the early days, when this blog was just a cold and lonely void, I posted several more of this group of images and relayed the obligatory backstory. Read it, and view the accompanying images, here.

This unlikely tale involves a strange man, a desperate woman, and at least one potentially deadly implement.

Really! Today's quiz, below, might explain that:

Your Quirk Factor: 62%

You're so quirky, it's hard for you to tell the difference between quirky and normal.
No doubt about it, there's little about you that's "normal" or "average."


  1. LOL cute finger. WIsh I could afford your pics! I love them!

  2. If you hadn't of said what that was, i never would have guessed. Strange looking thing.

    Kind of regal in an alien kind of way. Actually the more i look at them, the more alien and the more regal they get. Night Air is pretty, but I like Angelica more. It almost looks like you could walk into it. Drawn by the light, entranced by the pulsing glow and throbbing noise. And you realize too late that you are trapped, held in the trance. Hmmmmm.

    I'm 45% quirky.
    "You're a pretty quirky person, but you're just normal enough to hide it.
    Congratulations - you've fooled other people into thinking you're just like them!"

  3. Angel!

    That makes two of us. However, buying or browsing, you're always welcome here and there's lots more to see over at

    Enjoy, and thanks for your lovely comment!

  4. Morning (er, afternoon), Snoo!

    You're a genius! (A quirky genius, but still . . .) If I ever get a chance to display "Angelica", maybe I can add an alien, throbbing noise. It would make for a killer piece of performance art.

    By the way, you didn't fool me . . .

  5. "It would make for a killer piece of performance art." - love it!!

    "By the way, you didn't fool me . . ." - the only reason being, your so much quirkier!!

    I love it here. It's so much fun!

  6. WJ?
    Just slightly linked/mentioned you in my post! Just a little.
    Let me know if you want me to change/reword anything.

  7. Snoo,

    Are you talking about your comment re: my comment re: your "Freedom" post? Don't change a thing. I greatly appreciate your honesty and understanding, and you know you have mine.

    We're both chronically "off our game" in one way or another -- you're right, it's nice to have a kindred ear. Drop me a line, here:

  8. Thanks. I'm actually glad you said that, because I sometimes don't know how honest to be about things.

    I just might do that - contact you.

    No... i mean my new post!!!
    Check it out.

  9. Snoo!

    Do I want you to change anything???

    That would be "NO!" I couldn't be more flattered and pleased!

    Thank you + hugs + virtual chocolate, to you!

  10. Hey W,

    would you accept "content" for metamorphosis???

    let me know


  11. See! Now I've even got you guys talking about aliens.

    Before you know it, you'l all be wearing tinfoil helmets and humming strange chants.

    BTW cool designs - I really like 'Night Air'. That's one to meditate to, like a mandala...if I could focus for five minutes, that is!

  12. Sleepless Dream,

    Would it be irredeemably obtuse of me to say, "Huh?"

    Feel free to contact me here:

    with a little clarification.

    Thanks for popping in!

  13. Hey, TC,

    I've always talked about aliens! I used to terrify my younger half-brothers by telling them my father was an alien who'd been called back to his home planet! However, I look dreadful in tinfoil, so that's just not gonna happen. I'll risk the mind-scan! And, I NEVER hum -- it makes me sneeze!

    Thanks for the comment on "Night Air"!

  14. LOL I'm pretty quirky. W.J. you made some of the most beautiful images from that lamp over the dentist's chair, wow just amazing. I remember reading about how you got the photos and I am thinking "What a creative person this is, now this is what it means to be an artist"! I've been in that chair too and yikes it's a scary feeling LOL but darn those lights are interesting hehe. ... the gorgeous art you made from those photos are mindboggling beautiful!

  15. Lynette, thanks so much for the wonderful words! I see these pictures as the ultimate silver lining to a potentially bad day! And, I never felt a thing . . .

  16. Anonymous6:57 PM

    Best regards from NY! »