There is no rabbit nor any other animal in today's post. This is something very different from our normal subjects.
Here is a photo of Bettye Jane Brokl and her art creation.
Those who were in the same gathering as Betty looked and looked. There were a lot of puzzling faces in the room. It was hard to describe the art work, none knew what it was.
Readers, be prepared, you are going on a wide ride! This is an art form that is out of this world. Truly, not in this world!
If you look closely, there is a winding line in the frame on top of some gold colored background. The material that made that winding curvy line is, get ready, human ashes!
Ms. Brokl explained that this person loved to fish at the river when he was alive, so his ashes were made into the shape of a river. She said she placed her business cards at funeral homes, and those who wanted the ashes from their love ones made into a piece of art would contact her.
Thinking that this was something unheard of, Betty did a web search. Guess what? There was a patent issued in 1927 to Albert Vanderlaan of Larchmont, New York for the method he invented to use human ashes to do art work, http://www.bpmlegal.com/washes.html
Oh, well, there is nothing new under the sun, regardless of whether it is in this world or out of this world.