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Almost done…Just waiting for the paint to dry so I can tone down a few colors.

 

I’ve presently got two pieces in the Goddess Show @ Planet Earth & the Four Directions Gallery here in Grand Junction, Colorado.   Here’s one of them, this one is titled All One.  I learned that the word Alone comes from the two words All One.  This was so inspiring to me.  We are really not alone ever, because we are all one.  I had to paint this is really express how deeply this affected my outlook.

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I feel like this year we skipped Spring? This collage I created in January sitting at my desk looking out into my back yard, with my toes on the heater. It was cold and I was looking forward to seeing the little signs of Spring. By March we already had record high tempartures in the 70’s and now 80’s here in April. Even my youngest daughter feels that something is out of balance. She said to me the other day: “If it is this hot now mommy, what is summer going to be like?” I’m not sure…
But here is my token to Spring however brief it was this year.

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Often I start a painting with a certain idea, and it sort of evolves into something different, letting go and letting it happen is the most important lesson I’ve learned as an artist. Here another peek at my work in progress……

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I’m always so excited when I start a new painting….here’s a peek…

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Cherry Blossoms


I’m so excited every Spring. Ready for the warmth, the green, and the fragrances. This spring I’m having to be a little more patient than usual as winter seems to linger. So I’ve been previewing spring through my paintings, my series of flowers is growing. Cherry Blossoms is my own favorite of the four created so far.

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Early Blooms

I really am enjoying the snow and I’m trying not to get too excited for Spring yet. But Spring is so close now and it is my favorite time of year; everything will be new and fresh and green. As it continues to snow I paint Spring!

The Hellebores are fascinating to me as they are almost impossible to predict in terms of color, size and markings. The seeds even taken from a certain plant will yield a bloom that is a surprise. I love the mysteriousness!

Hellebore

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