A rest after all that dancing was much needed. So last night, the dog and I began an abstract painting of water. A client, last week, has commissioned me to do a sunset water painting to go over her bed. We brainstormed to come up with her vision for me to put on canvas. In the meantime it sparked a little water vision of my own.
The dog was not impressed!
Still needs a little work in the top righthand corner
Not sure where this one is going. 24x48 original oil on gallery wrapped canvas.
Contact Sue Scoggins if interested at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Heard It Through the Grapevine.........Something happens when a painter is "forced" to stay inside during an ice storm. I perused through my iphoto listening to old R&B music and ran across my niece's wedding photos. It was a fabulous occasion in "Monet's" garden, outdoors, with the coolest jazz combo. Reliving it started the creative juices flowing. Incomplete.
Nothing like a few days of being iced in to cause someone to do some crazy art. I covered my kitchen counters with plastic shower curtains and started layering tissue paper, newspaper, old paper paintings. Did a little stamping, varnishing, and scribbling. VOILA!
Spring and Ice
Collage 20x24 in white ornate frame