April Rising

Painting #1 “Tomorrow” – imaginescape – 11 x 14 inches

I can’t believe that March is just about over. The above painting was an experiment using French Ultramarine Blue with Piemontite Geniune. I am in love with Piemontite Geniune, it is such a beautiful, vivid color made by Daniel Smith.

Painting #2 “Brilliance” – semi-abstract – 11 x 15 inches

Another experiment, another session one of jumping in to discover what I can manage to do something different. All l had in mind was to keep my colors clean and pure, I think that I like the outcome.

Painting #3 untitled – imaginescape – 14 x 19 inches

I have been edging into painting larger, only reason I resist it at times is because I am so stingy with my paper. I wished that the epic look comes across but you get the general idea.

Painting #4 – untitled – imaginescape – 11 x 14 inches

A theme that seems to keep cropping up, I suppose I have a love for skyscapes.

Painting #5 “Rest” – imaginescape – 11 x 14 inches

I have been trying to paint more methodically and slowly. I am an allaprima artist or perhaps I am an impatient one!

Painting #6 “Morning at Hall’s Ranch” – 11 x 14 inches

Another one that I built up slowly and intuitively.

Painting #7 “Early Bright” – imaginescape – 11 x 14 inches

Just playing around with color and values.

Painting #8 – “Burst” – abstract – 14.5 x 21 inches

I worked on this for over a week, taking my time in assessing it and using my creative intuition to bring it to completion. I think that the universe seems to show up in my abstracts.

I am more and more relying on my inner intuition, for me this is my true creativity, my favorite way of painting. The more I tap into this way of painting, I feel at home and confident. That’s it for now, see you next month!

8 thoughts on “April Rising

  1. These are very dreamlike – I particularly liked #7, and I thought the first had a biblical quality. It reminded me of paintings I saw when I was a boy at Sunday school…
    Thanks for sharing these, I always enjoy seeing your paintings!

    Liked by 1 person

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s