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Hey, all! I'm just breezing through at the moment; don't have much time for much of anything when school is in session, truth be told...but I had to at least pop in and say "Wow!" to all of the beautiful images that you guys are putting up!
I wish I could linger a bit more and get in depth, but all I have time for right now is to let you know that all of it is wonderful!
Yeah, Tamara, I can see why using the hand "as is" turned out the way it did. There is a gentleness in holding a dandelion. A plastic or wood stem on a pinwheel? Not so much.
Carla - WOW!!! Awesome representation! I'll check out the blog soon.
For me, a great deal of my work is playing. And I've found, reading the Artist's Way, I'm a bit more sensitive to the Spirit's leading. Also I'm trying to work on 'something' each day as opposed to when I have a major project or series I'm working on.
I found ten inspiring artists quotes on a fun blog
Thanks so much for the great feedback everyone! I am going up to bat and working on it looking more like an actual pinwheel. Also, Eddie, thanks for the suggestion about the hand. It's funny because I actually looked at a picture my friend (who is a photographer) took of me a couple years ago blowing a dandelion and that is the way my hand looked. We were just playing around one day while she was experimenting with her camera. Kinda funny, because it does seem a bit awkward. I'll post a pic of it as a reference. I may try to play around with new ideas for the hand.
Okay, here is the link to my blog with the explanation of the painting. May God Bless You All!
Tamara, I love it, I don't see where you have any problem with faces, it looks wonderful.
Okay guys, I think I am done...would love any feedback. Thanks so much.
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