I made the most of a rainy day by listening to Bob Dylan and Neil Young of all people as I painted my heart out. So relaxing to have a free day and do whatever I wanted in my studio. Even cranked up my disco ball and sat and listened to “Forever Young” by Bob Dylan in my comfy chair. Yes, my disco ball also spins to jazz, folk, pop, tangos and even Bob Dylan. ;-) It’s a beautiful thing.
I never really know how things are going to come together. It takes me a few weeks to ruminate, move, balance, rebalance my galleries. It’s always fun for me to see the end result and this year it appears it’s all about color. It must be because if was such a long harsh winter. I’m known for using color but this year it seems to be at a new level. The newest painting is this large one, it’s two panels that come to 72x96. It’s super fun for me to see it installed and how it works as a whole. It exudes happy vibes and just makes me smile. Hope it makes you smile too! Cheers!
It’s going to be fun to see these two wild panels next to each other once they dry. It’s not going to be dull that’s for sure! LOL They will be 72x96 once side by side.
It’s fun to see how these turn out especially this time because I’m creating the pattern as I go. It was time to lay them together on the floor to see better what is taking shape. They will be 72x96 once done. Lot’s of patience needed! ;-)
Lighting isn’t great on the bottom right corner as it’s not installed yet, but still fun to finally get it back!
It will be fun to see how this one dries, 30x40. Lots of color and texture. Seems I’m getting spring fever!
This one has LOTS of texture. It’s actually really peaceful feeling. Must be the over-all uniformity that is calming to me. It just makes me feel good for some reason. Maybe it’s the happy nautical colors on a cold whiter day when I painted it?
This one went around and around! It ended up as ducks and a whale, and this from a girl who doesn’t drink…not sure where my head was! lol But sometimes you need to just not think and let it all go! ;-)
Working a bit smaller than usual, 36x36. Not sure I always know what to do on these small ones, but it’s fun trying to figure it out.