If I do a series of paintings in similar styles it’s only because I have a number of pieces for that one particular style in my head. However that becomes tedious after about 6 or 7 pieces and then I must switch to something else. You could have visited this blog a few weeks ago and viewed an acrylic piece or a watercolor piece, and then a week later something else. It’s who I am folks. Who knows, one day you may show up here and I’ve done something in the pottery realm. :)
'Balance' Acrylics on Paper
“Balance” came to me a few days ago while I was playing with acrylics, a few large brushes and spatulas, a toothbrush, and a spray bottle. As the paint started to shift, separate, morph, and then settle into the paper I was pleasantly surprised. I was just playing with colors and trying to get comfortable with integrating brighter and more vivid paints into my artwork. Stepping away from the easel it seemed to become something that I could actually frame and show. I have two art shows coming up in 2014 (details coming soon), so I think I’ll get to work on a few more!
Here’s to relishing in your precious individuality, and loving who you are! SL