The Last of July Painting

Painting #1 “Abundance” 10.25 x 14.5 inches – imaginescape

I had a creative burst and this painting was the product. I believe that this is one of my favorites of this month. I painted it in one furious layer. I truthfully love to hit it hard and get out with no need to go back to punch it up or with more details. Reason is because I rather get it finished while I am that creative zone.

Even though I do enjoy working in several layers, From the beginning I knew that painting this, it was one of those “get in, get out” paintings.

Painting #2 untitled 10.5 x 14 inches – imaginescape

I did softened certain sections of the water where the light hits but haven’t taken a photo of it. This photo will have to do. If you have an idea for the title, by all means please comment.

Painting #3 “Yuba Glory” 10.25 x 14.5 inches

I painted this last year and never have posted it because I was unsure if I liked it. Now I do!

Painting #3 “Hold On” 14x 19 inches – abstract

Another intuitive painting that seems to follow a similar theme which I never resist.

Painting #4 untitled 10.25 x 14.25 inches – abstract

Again this theme keeps returning in my intuitive work.

Painting #5 “Joy in the Morning” 10.50 x 14.25 – imaginescape

I have so much joy painting from my imagination, there is nothing like it. I think that it helps me to loosen up, not only my technique but it jump starts my creativity.

Painting #6 “There is Hope” 10.5 x 14.5 inches – imaginescape

I like to explore new color combos, I wanted to see how Daniel Smith’s Aureolin and Mayan Blue Genuine would work together. I also used Quin. Sienna to give life to certain areas of the clouds.

Painting #7 “Come to Me” 10.25 x 14.25 inches – abstract

The orientation on this one changed, interesting how that happens.

Thank you for your patience looking through my paintings. Cheers and have an awesome week!

25 thoughts on “The Last of July Painting

  1. patience looking through????? you mean pleasure! joy! respect! admiration! awe! wonderment! what I wouldn’t pay to see a video of you creating….. i just love the new direction you have taken. it is completely uniquely you!!

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    1. ❤️ you are so sweet Jodi, thank you. The more I move in my own sphere of creativity, I am leaving behind that frustration I use to wrestle with. I am estactic over that. I have thought of doing a video but not sure what I would need, I might do some research on it. 😉

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    1. I love hearing that. While I am painting and letting loose, with no idea or understanding where a painting is going, and when it hits a spot stirs or memory in a person I can say ‘well done’! Thank you for your comments Mr. Plaidcamper! ❤️


  2. I love these. It’s been so interesting to see how your painting has evolved during the time I’m been following your blog, looser and looser, more abstract, more from your imagination, more intuitive. Although i have to say I loved the ones you were doing back in the day too. It’s always such a pleasure and inspiration to catch up with what you are doing and to read about what goes into your creations. That creative process for me is the most inspiring part.

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