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September 19, 2012

green is healing...

Colors of my Soul, acrylic on 11x14 canvas
This is the latest painting I finished.
I really enjoyed layering colors on top of colors.
Playing and letting the colors talk to me feels good.
And when it's done, it's just done.

I have been trying to use lower pixels on my posted photos and I think it really takes away from the original piece. Another good lesson to learn about taking photos.

Here's the beginning of the next painting.
This one is on a 16x20 canvas and I have used acrylic and watercolor paints so far.

I'm also starting some handmade journals for Christmas presents.
I'll post the first one as soon as it's ready.

I forgot to mention that the ArtSpace Art Reception was last Saturday and I had a blast meeting other artists and talking to the visitors. I am learning so much from the more experienced artists. I had two paintings in the exhibit which will be showing through the end of the month. I'm still in awe to be there amongst all these wonderful artists. It really feeds my creativity and I am slowly getting less shy about putting my art out there in public.

Hope you are having a fantastic week!!!!


Amanda Trought said...

These are beautiful paintings, I really love the colours. Sorry its been a while! Wishing you every success with the exhibition, remember you too are an inspiration!

Heather Henry said...

beautiful work, my dear friend and as usual, I'm so darn excited for you, as well as proud of you and your bravery for putting yourself out there. I think that is the hardest part for most of us to get over.
happiness and blessings to you, as always!

Connie said...

Great job! It is so much fun to just get free with color and forget about restricting lines. I'm very proud of you.
Your blogging sister, Connie :)

Stephanie Gagos said...

this is gorgeous...love it.