Monday, February 20, 2017

Law & Order: CSI, SVU

Creativity Scene Investigation, Special Ventures Unit
Report

Evidence of criminal creative activity


Exhibit A
scraps from Vova and Vova II


Forensic investigative findings
Investigative findings suggest possible motives.


Current status
Investigators assigned to the case cannot release further information at this time.

17 comments:

  1. The suspect is still at large, but he/she left behind a marvelous collection of hand painted creations, and hopefully the police can put together a picture of what really happened that day. Dotty, you are funny. I love the Vova series!

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    1. I think the police are onto the suspect big time! I've already asked the investigators if I can have the scraps once they've solved the case.

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  2. He hE He, Do I see star shapes in those cut outs? Hmmm. (rubbing chin thoughtfully) My shock at seeing your masterpieces dismembered is tempered by excruciating delight at what may come. :)

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    1. Do contact the investigators with ANY information you think might be useful. You could be a star witness!

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    2. ;) LOL . Hey, wanted to tell you. I received Katie Jeanne in my inbox tonight. She is one that I had stopped receivng. Now on to Katie's blog to tell her :) Woooo Whooo! As Willy Wonka said.... I hope it lasts!

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    3. Laughing at the Willy Wonka line. Perfect!

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  3. hahaha..this reminds me of a game I'm always playing with my husband. We have 3 cats, and they're always getting into mischief. Like, a couple weeks ago one of them walked across a bunch of oil paintings I had laid out to dry on my table. I sent photos of the paw prints to my husband, and told him to be on the look out for a suspect with orange oil paint on their feet.

    We amused ourselves with this comical email discussion back and forth, as if we were detectives on the case. There even was talk of "pawcuffs", and how much kitty jail time would be involved once we figured out who had done it. dun dun dun!!!

    Unfortunately, the case went cold. I ended up taking them all in for questioning, and to get their pawprints. However, they weren't cooperating, and plead the fifth. sigh. All I can say is, it's not easy being a detective. I hope you find the suspect you're looking for soon. lol

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    1. LOVE this story of pawpetrators of mischief and mayhem! So glad my post sparked you to tell me the tale. What I really want to know is what happened to your PAINTINGS—did you thank your cats for the extra texture, and carry on?

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  4. Deerstalker and magnifyer in hand....culprit(s) at large....or is it an inside job....
    hmmm...Vandyke Brown in the studio with scissors? I am anxiously awaiting the outcome Dotty - good luck Inspector!

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    1. This creative mystery may not get resolved for some time, but the Inspector is most grateful for your good wishes!

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  5. Love to see your cuttings! Reminds me a bit of my floor yesterday!

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    1. The scraps are as wonderful as the intentional cut shapes, I have to say! Laughing in delight that your floor had a similar appearance.

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  6. Guess somebody has been a little bored of late! Got the scissors and exact o knife and went on a bit of a rampage. Does her name begin with D? Guess what's left over will be part of a new beginning. Always new beginnings. Drink to that!! L chaim!

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  7. Oh Dotty! You cracked me up with this one! Love the idea of creative investigation....and I agree with Carol - there has been a RAMPAGE here! It's so exciting! Can't wait to see where this goes.

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    1. Thanks for stopping by, Jen, and sharing your excitement. Ya just never know where a creative day might take a body, as I'm sure you're well aware.

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  8. I love how you've tapped into your creative juices through word and paint. I think your days of playing Clue with the Mays will serve you well in solving this. Forge on, intrepid sleuth.

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    1. Thanks, Joje. Love the allusion to playing CLUE with the Mays!

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