Aesthetic / Foam artwork has been posted!

So check, a check, a check it out jahl… It’s Friday the 22nd… Friday the 13th’s completely average 2nd cousin!  I know what you are saying to yourself… self… what the hell is wrong with R-WAC?  Why are they making up days?  Well, never-you-mind, my friends… it’s all in good fun, I tell ya.  So the main point here is –> the art is up!  
First, here are next week’s words (thanks Wurm):

Element / Fiction

Time to vote on your favorite Aesthetic / Foam art piece, so, without further interruptions or shenanigans, this week’s art:

Adina Peterson:Adina_AestheticFoam

 Andrew Johanson:Andrew_AestheticFoam

 Wurm Deen:





Just a reminder…

Art is due tomorrow by 2PM for Aesthetic / Foam.  Have YOU started yours today?  Why not start one at lunch?  You could melt down some crayons and paint on some old cloths… you could simply just draw a picture of anything that comes to mind.  The nice thing about us here at the R-WAC is we accept everything, whether it completely illustrates the words or not… it’s more about creativity and just making art.  So don’t get hung up too much on the words, those are merely your guidelines.

See you tomorrow afternoon…  For now, enjoy this:

capture the little things in life

And our winner is…

With 100% of the vote, Wurm takes it by a landslide.  Congrats Wurm, now you owe us 2 words by this Friday. 

Don’t forget this week’s words:

Aesthetic / Foam 

Here are some definitions to help in inspiring you…


[es-thet-ik or, especially Brit., ees-] 
1. pertaining to a sense of the beautiful or to the science of aesthetics.
2. having a sense of the beautiful; characterized by a
love of beauty.
3. pertaining to, involving, or concerned with pure emotion and sensation as opposed to pure intellectuality.
4. a philosophical
theory or idea of what is aesthetically valid at a given time and place: the clean lines, bare surfaces, and sense of space that bespeak the machine-age aesthetic.
5. Archaic . the study of the
nature of sensation.

1. a collection of minute bubbles formed on the surface of a liquid by agitation, fermentation, etc.: foam on a glass of beer.
2. the froth of perspiration, caused by great exertion, formed on the skin of a
horse or other animal.
3. froth formed from saliva in the mouth, as in epilepsy and rabies.
4. a thick frothy substance, as shaving cream.
5. (in firefighting)
          a. a chemically produced substance that smothers the flames on a burning liquid by forming a layer of minute, stable, heat-resistant bubbles on the liquid's surface.
           b. the layer of bubbles so formed.
6. a dispersion of gas bubbles in a solid, as foam glass, foam rubber, polyfoam, or foamed metal.
7. Literary . the sea.
–verb (used without object)
8. to form or gather foam; emit foam; froth.