The “Part II” of Saturday’s Work Excursions Education. When I present skills, concepts and new techniques, I also learn. I learned …. a LOT, from my venture To Queen’s Gardens in Perth. On the job, on going education. Perfect. Ok. Yes. There have been days, of ‘not so’ perfect. And I most definitely will notContinue reading “Queen’s Gardens: Sculptural Surprise”
She couldn’t resist him. That’s the way it goes around here. He cried, begged, whined. The little guy carried on for so long, finally our granddaughter had to do it. He had his Santa hat on. The only cat I’ve ever had that enjoys dress up. That loves being carted around, heldContinue reading “The Cat’s Meow…”
Greek Mythology as a painting prompt for abstracts is fun, bold and adventurous! Icarus burning…..
96 Ways? Can there really be so many ways do paint an Enso…. maybe so! Find out!
Life lesson learned from art: make everything, count. The clock ticks. Art is life and life is art!
The Lily Pond, silence splatters down…stains of scarlet
“And lastly, since I have you all here in one place, I have something to share with you. Along the garden ways just now…I too heard the flowers speak. They told me that our family garden has all but turned to sand. I want you to know I’ve watered and nurtured this square of earthContinue reading “… the flowers talking”
Watercolors speak: Stark and flat, pure cobalt the sky begins to melt and craze the earth. The ravine, folds its terracotta pleats and crumples….
When words of a poet long passed, stir the artist’s soul to create… Create! Paint the Hills Inspired with visions created within my mind, of granite layers and colors everywhere. I’ve interpreted the poet’s words that paint. In my own way, impulsively and without thought, this time. Let goContinue reading “Those Painted Hills”
Flowers are the music of the ground….. Flowers Music to the Soul…. “Flowers are the music of the ground From earth’s lips spoken without sound.” Edwin Curran A Chance Discovery I discovered that first poem by chance while looking for a poem forContinue reading “Music in Pink”