Thursday, August 28, 2014

The internet of things painting emotions by Gloria Poole of Missouri and Georgia

Copyright. Painting emotions sketches & oil painting by Gloria Poole. See notice.
. I, Gloria Poole, drew this quick sketch in pencil then painted with acrylic and name d it "the internet of things". I reason that when all household appliances become as aggravating as any computer is [because of constant surveillance, criminal hackers etc] this is how people will look. I, Gloria Poole, painted it blue to depict depression, and wild eyes to show confusion and anger when the refrigerator-car-oven-walls-heat-air-conditioning-TV-music all get hacked and or "upgraded" until they no longer work. And I painted it as an outline because people will feel like empty vessels when the robots take over. And I painted a broad smile on his face because as are all internet-addicts, he is happy with his internet "toys" and gadgets even if it depresses him how much time he wastes on them. Acrylics on 8 x 11 paper.
. This second photo is one I photographed of the oil painting I painted and named "Anxiety". The light green areas show where an "old man" feels anxiety: something wrong with his head, or mouth; or chest. Oil on canvas amd signed by me Gloria.
. This third one is a cartoon I created in 1995 in Atlanta, GA to show frustration, intense aggarvation, and named it "Aaaaaaaagh".

This fourth one is a cartoon I drew, created of "happy reindeer" to show joy, happiness, elation of a dancing grinning reindeer. It is part of the cartoon story I wrote and illustrated and posted to entitled the Adventures of Lady Bugs that give picnics.

Copyright notice: this blog and this account belong exclusively to me Gloria Poole, residing in Missouri but born in the state of Georgia and I own all copyright rights to it. This blog is covered by U S copyright law as intellectual property of photos I photographed of art I created and it may not be transferred to anyone anywhere, nor have domains forwarded to it that do not belong to me, nor be printed at remote, nor re-published, nor copied, nor photo-copied. I do NOT have a Facebook account nor a Pinterest in any name or way of writing it and never did. Don't be fooled by I D thieves and criminal-=hackers.

For the record: I, Gloria Poole, am a white, single-again twice-divorced Southern Baptist Christian woman and the natural mother of only two children who are grown daughters. I, Gloria Poole, am an artist in all mediums, a poet, author, cartoonist at times, illustrator, writer, blogger, republican, personhood amendment promoter, prolife activist, U S citizen by birth in state of Georgia, University of Georgia alumna, citizen journo, photographer, Registered Nurse licensed in Missouri [and before that since age 21 in the state of Georgia], former TV producer, publisher for several years and walkabout woman. See my blog in my former married name at and also my blog in my real name at for more info; and the about me pages and profile pages of me on Google, Yahoo, Microsoft Live [albums of art and photos I created] and on my Picasa albums. I moved to Missouri on Oct 31, 2009.

Copyright. Gloria Poole ; also known as Gloria; Gloria Poole, RN, artist, gloriapoole; gloria-poole; artist-gloriapoole; G-L-O-R-I-A; gloria.poole; gloria0817; gpoole817; gloriapooleRN at yahoo in which the RN is standard abbreviation for Registered Nurse; gloriapoole.RN; @gloriapoole; cartooning-by-gloriapoole; photo-by-gloriapoole; and other variations of my real , born with, legal name of Gloria Poole, at my own, private apt in Missouri on 28 August, 2014 at 9:39am.

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Fruit sketches by Gloria Poole of Missouri and Georgia

I, Gloria Poole, residing in Missouri but born in the state of Georgia, drew, painted, signed, photographed, uploaded all five of these sketches of fruit that I created at different times, to this blog. The first sketch I named "Lemon Tree" and I created it yesterday; and it is acylics on paper 8 x11. I read years ago that most famous artists painted fruit and still lifes [ a genre] at some point in time. I am not fond of that genre of art but I decided I should learn to draw and paint it. So these 5 sketches are some of those efforts. I have also painted other still lifes and inanimate objects and may display those at another time. I had much trouble photographing this for some reason. I tried about 10 times! So here is the best photo of the bunch of the actual on paper and acrylics sketch I created yesterday.

The second sketch is pears fruit that I created on 17 May 2014 and it is posted on another blog of mine. It is waterclors and acrylic in what is called "mixed media' on paper.

. The third sketch is a gigantic strawberry that is 14 x 17 on paper and acrylics and I created it on 2 May 2014 and it is posted on other blogs also. This is the first time I put all sketches of fruit that I created in one post.

/This fourth sketch is hands displaying blueberries and I created it this year also and it is watercolors on paper.

This fifth sketch is green apples and I drew and painted it some time before and I think I also posted it to my blog and one other blog .

This sixth sketch is one I created of a Georgia peach in year 2013 and it is on paper also, and posted to another blog of mine. I logged back in to add it so the 'fruit series" is complete of all fruit sketches I have created . Copyright Notice: this blog and all content on it belongs exclusively to me Gloria Poole of Missouri. I, Gloria Poole, own all rights to this blog and to all content on it. This blog may not be transferred to anyone anywhere, nor saved to disk, nor re-published, nor downloaded, nor printed at remote, nor screen-captured, nor have domains forwarded to it that do not belong to me, This blog and all content on it belongs to me Gloria Poole, residing in Missouri but born in state of Georgia and is covered by U S Copyright law. I have these original sketches and the originals in tangible form of any art I post to blogs . I, Gloria Poole, also own the copyright and all rights to any art, photos or words I created or do create, with any tool, any method, brush, pen, ink, pencils, media,camera, on any surface: canvas, canvas board, masonite, wood, archival art mat, paper, sketch books, digital electronics, composite board, for any reason or no reason, whether or not I photograph it and whether or not I publicly display it. I have never signed a waiver of my copyrights or a power of attorney at any time for any reason [so far ].

For the record: I am a white, Southern Baptist Christian, single-again, twice divorced woman and the natural mother of two grown daughters who are Jennifer and Leigh. I am also a brunette always; and a prolife activist, personhood amendment promoter, a republican, a cartoonist at times, an illustrator, writer, blogger, citizen journo, former TV producer, photographer, artist in all mediums, Registered Nurse licensed in Missouri [and before that also licensed in state of Georgia for most of my professional career] and a University of Georgia alum, U S citizen, non-employee. I draw, sketch, paint, write, blog, tweet from my own private apt in Missouri. You may read more about my art and me on these blogs of mine : and also on my blog in my former married name of

Gloria Poole; also known as Gloria on art I create and sign in paint, [and of course in real life too since it is my real name]; and on web as : gloriapoole; gloria-poole; gloria.poole; artist-gloriapoole; Ms Gloria Poole; Poole.Gloria; gloriapoole.RN; @gloriapoole; gloria_poole; gloria0817; gpoole817; and other variations of my real, born with legal name of Gloria Poole [since I removed the Pappas name from my name at time of final divorce decree from male DBP in Arapahoe County Colorado in Oct 2007 after four years of injury to me; and resumed my full, born with maiden name including my surname of Poole at the same time; at my own, private apt in Missouri that is not shared with anyone; on 13 August, 2014 at 12:51pm, central time.