The 'Scattered Thoughts' plate is an artwork hand-painted with care by Sasha. Inspired by Grayson Perry's use of scrawling words, this decorative plate voices Sasha's personal tongue in cheek thoughts during a creative block. This playful and honest artwork aims to provide a personal insight to the viewer. Sasha's thoughts spiraling around the edge of the plate act as a reminder to self that good things take time.
Text reads: I want to do a painting. I need to create. My thoughts are fuzzy and my brain cluttered. I call it my brain but there isn’t a lot in of braininess inside, just space and scattered thoughts. Inpatient thoughts. Mostly thoughts about food, particularly cake, Betty’s fondant fancies to be exact. Food for thought. Pretty things like flowers, colours and buildings are also thought about, and of course my cat Mochi. I will gather my scattered thoughts over a nice cup of tea. Builders? Earl Grey?Which mug? Last time my tea was flavoursome of paint. Must remember to dip the paintbrush in the right mug. This is becoming a distasteful habit. An artist’s struggle! Silly paintbrush. Silly scattered, impatient thoughts, drifting through this big open space. A space I call my brain.
This plate is unique and one of a kind, there no more variations.
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Scattered Thoughts Plate
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