From the Artist’s Studio

I find on occasion, myself in a quandary of what to do once I’m finally in the studio with time to paint.  I might have to then look around the studio for some ideas, inspiration, anything that sparks an interest. It could be ‘just playing’ with paint in a glass vase.

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Orange Glass Abstract debiriley.com
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Paint Play debiriley.com
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Divisions of Space debiriley.com
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gouache scissors
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It could be a full sheet of Indian Village paper Mark Rothko style.

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watercolour blue bottles
Bottles in Blue

It maybe trying to see things from a different perspective

art brushes watercolour
Art Brushes watercolour

It could be monochromatic brush drawing.

And then there’s always my several hundred assorted brushes to create still life paintings from.

Wherever my creativity takes me that day,      for however long or short,   I keep the mindset to   be kind to myself and to   learn from whatever I have done that day.

A favourite quote  I keep in the studio is from Albert Einstein,

Imagination   is more important than knowledge,    for while knowledge defines all we currently know and understand,     IMAGINATION  points to all we might yet discover and  Create.”

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2 thoughts on “From the Artist’s Studio

  1. Great quote from Albert Einstein, almost as good as yours, “be kind to myself”. Love all the creativity on this post. I’m sure your students must be inspired by you 🙂

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    1. Oh, there’s no one like Albert E! and thank you for that kind compliment 🙂 students kept busy today with tonal value studies and monochromes.. with just a little Twist.

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