Light reflecting onto and off of a drawing by Bill Rabbit, a Cherokee artist. I bought this back in 1990 at a fair somewhere around here. It doesn't feel like we were in New Mexico when I bought it. I do remember that it was a very good time in my life and the drawing made me happy. The name of the drawing is "The Price of Peppers", I think or I just made that up or something. He has several on the web page that are similar, but with different themes. The artist signed it for me and his signature is a rabbit with an artist palette. I think the link goes to his website...if not there is someone who draws very much like him.
The pot in the lower left corner of the drawing is a Santa Clara style of Indian pottery that I like very much. This one he has drawn has a rabbit carved into the pot. You can't really see it from this angle, and maybe I'll brush up on my pottery knowledge and take a better picture of it. I have a couple of pieces. My husband nearly fainted when he saw the price on the bottom of the one he just now looked at. I'd left it on the piece. There is a little Minnie Pearl in me, too. And the photo on the shelf is of my in laws.
My computer room is very eccletic and I see no problem with bear totems, Celtic crosses, regular crosses, Madonnas, rosaries and Mexican candles all together. It is all part of my spirit. I'll take a picture of it when I get it cleaned up some. Right now it has gotten into a mess again.
Reflect This is being hosted by Quilly It runs for one week. If you want to play along, drop by her place and sign up on Mr. Linky and put up your reflections.