Blue Om Yellow Lotus Green Tree of Life (symbol from Book of Kells) Art Deco Pink Lotus trading card Blue Lotus Blank small greeting card Dancing Lotus art trading card Red Art Deco Lotus (framed) Red Lotus Zentangle trading card Om Zentangle trading card Pink Lotus Zentangle blank greeting card
Clarice and I had a blast in the studio this weekend. We added more Jackson Pollock to the blue and green painting, which I keep referring to as " Wild Sargasso Sea ." (Clarice thinks this name is hilarious.) White splotches, silver, and dark blue swirls happened here. Wild Sargasso Sea Then, the coral painting that I refer to as the "more Mondrian -ish" piece had some gold geometric highlights added to its negative space. After this, I felt like the painting was suddenly channeling some Gustav Klimt . I'm calling this one "Coral with Turquoise and Gold Incidentals." (Musical composers write incidental music to accompany or accentuate the action in scenes.) Coral with Turquoise and Gold Incidentals I still feel like my background colors of bright blue and coral on these two paintings were inspired by Kandinsky . I also felt that the lyrical, rhythmic lines might make him smile. He believed each painting captured a musical symphony. Maybe he w
what a cute pig!! I made a pig too!!ReplyDelete
This is BEAUTIFUL!! Love the collage style, and the pig is soooo CUTE!ReplyDelete
Wow these are good well done!ReplyDelete
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Your art work is terrific. I wish I had the ability to paint/draw but I don't. Except with words. LOLReplyDelete