The Muse was out.

And its “Watercolors”  for the River.

Nothing fancy. Nothing big.

Just plain simple and small, watercolors.

watercolor landscape river, Western Australia outback,
The River’s conversation, watercolor,


The Murchison River


My beautiful Murchison River and Kalbarri – what a theme.



It might take me quite awhile to fulfill whats being asked.

There are so many more faces and facets of the River.

Tugging at me to accomplish.



No,  Perhaps they won’t all be “five star” winners.



I do see them  more in the way  of…. conversations.

Conversations with the River.



Yes.  It might take awhile.





Part I  and Part II    The River

The River Speaks, art   from last week,  is actually part 1  and this post is the ‘follow up.’





Art. Is boundless.


As mentioned,  Art comes in MANY,  Forms! 

So, I really don’t put limitations on what form  my creativity takes on a given day.



One day The Muse may have me get into writing verse and painting acrylics.

Maybe the next,  she has me getting my camera out (looking at the tiny microcosms within reflections.)

Then perhaps the following week, I’m flinging watercolors all over my studio.



As long as I have some creativity,  a bit of enthusiasm,  and my inspiration well hasn’t run dry … hey! I’m doing good.




Just Show Up!  


I am showing up.

To do what I’m meant to do.  Practising my skills.

Releasing my creativity.



scarred gorges Murchison river, W.A. Kalbarri, travel photography,
Scars Upon the River’s Face, Murchison River,

Some, of the reference photos of the River.

face of a river, Kalbarri gorge, Murchison River, Western Australia travel photographs,
Face of a River, Murchison River, W.A.


cobalt teal blue abstract painting, uplifting,
Cobalt Teal Abstract, Uplifting!



I  don’t need  Perfection.

I do need  to exercise my imagination.

And, to  release the creativity bundled up within.



What a fun day conversing its been.

The River, The Muse, the watercolors and I.

I heard The River Speak.