Sunday, January 9, 2011

Powerful inchie...

...Life and communication!
#2 inchie for Every Inchie Monday 2011
My father was the "Telephone Man" as a little girl, I indicated when someone asked. 
On June 2, 1956 Francis Hall Bagley became the Linesman phone Repairman for the Knappa Telephone Company. This was the year that I, Tootsie was born in November.
Dad retired June 10, 1999

The communication has came a long way since 1956.
A bit of proof is that I can now, present my art around the world...simply!
Life and communication...what a power for expression and thankful.
Telephone is handmade of Bazzil sparkle paper all other elements are scrap.
Stamp is from: Inkadinkado called Flourishes Inches
Block in the back ground with saying is from: Ambiance For Beautiful Homes


12 comments:

Kris said...

Ok so this is so fabulous my dear! So powerful in so many ways...you created a huge impact with such a simplistic presentation! You are very good!

Dolores said...

Wonderful. I love it.

Angie Hall Haviland said...

OH WOW, Tootsie...Love your phone inchie. Thanks for sharing such wonderful memories of your Dad :)

Deborah said...

So creative and elegantly powerful!

Anita said...

Such an awesome creation!

♥Anita
Fill your paper with the breathings of your heart.--William Wordsworth
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Joanne Huffman said...

what a great statement! You packed a lot of power into this - love it.

ncurryartiste said...

What a great interpretation of the word.

Anneliese said...

I love those photos! And your inchie, is that really, really as small as an square inch?! Unbelievable!

Dorthe said...

wow, this is fantastic- love it, and the sentiments behind.
xo Dorthe

Sue Smith said...

Totally amazing!

Linda said...

Very pertinent! Good work.

Fabric Art said...

Wow amazing, love the tiny telephone.
Anni

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