The Colors of the Flinders Ranges (oils)

Color, color, color…. and memories! My  10 day adventure to The Flinders Ranges, 1993 was long ago,  but in my mind –  it seems more like just a year or two.     Flinders – Filled with Color! I can recall the landscape, textures, heat, wind, flies, storms and all those bold,  glorious colors instantly.Continue reading “The Colors of the Flinders Ranges (oils)”

The Truth, in Aristotle’s Words

I went out yesterday morning meaning to go for a short, zen stroll.  Fresh air, to clear the mind and sooth and relax.  But as things progressed, thats not what happened. I had a very hard hike. With these 3 images and their story, I’ll share how the words of Aristotle – changes our art.Continue reading “The Truth, in Aristotle’s Words”

Curves and Colors: Abstracts

Curves in Art. This first painting with its graduating circles, curving in like a vortex, definitely leads the eye around and inward.   I’ve created 2  very different styles of abstracts, equally enjoyable for me. Both feature the Curve in their design. One is easier to ‘relax’ with while the other is a bit moreContinue reading “Curves and Colors: Abstracts”

Wednesday: Watercolor in Greens

Glorious Greens. Wet flowing watercolors.  Olive and Lime greens,  running off the paper. Blue-green drips down and splashes, making its own path. Its own mark.   Wild Watercolor Greens Allowed to run with abandon upon a dampened receptive, willing, surface.  They can be so exciting.  And they can be so terribly frustrating. There’s such pleasureContinue reading “Wednesday: Watercolor in Greens”

All Inked Up – in the forest

I’m all inked up. Ready for the forest mists!   Why Ink? Judith at artistcoveries.wordpress.com   suggested I join in for some Ink creations today. I don’t think there was a Theme or Topic… so I invented my own.   Which Ink? With a wide assortment of ink colors in the studio (black, blue, white, purple,Continue reading “All Inked Up – in the forest”