Inspiration 1: The Book Anything with “Wabi Sabi” has my immediate attention, as many of you have guessed by now. Wabi-wabi Painting with Cold Wax by Serena Barton is on my list of Great Art Books to read. Beautifully laid out, logically presented and is easy to follow along and ‘ad lib. Continue reading “Cold Wax …. travel to a new place”
Timeless. Art that resonates and echoes within. From the Japanese, “hibiki” meaning Echo, Resonance.
Three Masters: Thomas Moran, Pierre Bonnard and John Singer Sargent. Each, presenting ‘the door’ in their own way. Art Masters to know Sargent Sargent, with his loose and easy watercolor flair. Seemingly just flinging color in the air; then it all, as if by magic, comes to together. The shadowed door,Continue reading “Watercolors and Oils: Doors to The Masters”
Edward Seago, what can I say? Definitely he has been under appreciated. We all know Monet, Picasso, Renoir. Seago? Not so much. But let’s remedy that now! Edward Seago Inspires Both the oils and watercolors go beyond the ordinary. Beyond good. His brush takes you on a journey. Edward was born 1910Continue reading “Edward Seago: Inspirational Master Artist”
Seven hundred times, I’ve pressed “Publish” and hoped …. for the best. Sometimes my imagination has a win. Sometimes, the creative spark has gone walk about. To Imagine … Regardless of the win or the ‘not so fabulous’ result…. It is about the trying. The climbing. Its the Climb… The persistence. AndContinue reading “#700 Our Imagination”
The canvas of sky and sea, spectacular! Dark Storms thundering across the sky with waves beaten white….
Colors of the sea, returns! With cobalt teal blue… you knew I would. In the style of Rothko…. these gorgeous colors ultramarine blue and cobalt teal blue captivate.
Thick, dollops of impasto oil paints. Swirls of jade and emerald and naples yellow merge and rise on the canvas.
promises…with her gorgeous sea greens, as they flash into deep near violet ultramarine. Oil paints in cobalt teal and ultramarine blue sing, as only sea sirens can.
I’ve been lured. By the sirens of the sea. Glorious deep ultramarine blue with a whisper of violet you have to know is there to really see. And then, there is my magnificent so enticing, cobalt teal blue. I’ve been to the sea. The Indian Ocean, and she wants me again. iContinue reading “Sea Sirens – Ultramarine and Cobalt Teal Blue”