Thursday, March 24, 2011

as the dance continues to gravitate

towards turquoise

with the above piece in its background
and about 30 smaller pieces
I worked with at the same time

"seek peace"
was a challenge to playing more with paint
even a very inexpensive children's paint set
playing more with body poses
as opposed to just faces
and a remembrance of how much I love to use stamps
and inks

"seek peace" my friend

1 comment:

Bo Mackison said...

That turquoise is stunning, and I love the posture of the person. I am unutterably afraid to pick up a brush and try paints, something I did a hundred lifetimes ago. Guess my camera work is a worthy substitute, but sometimes I would like to make what I want to see, not what is already there to see. Then I have to get creative and shoot rather non-traditionally. :-)

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