Starting with a rock

There was one lying there, I could see a face in it immediately. Picked  it up and put it in my pocket.

Quickly painted it before I forgot where the face was:


Then I did three quick paintings of the face.

  

One of my resolutions is to emulate my esteemed colleague with her most excellent posts. I usually draw something in the office in colored pencil and post it with a few quick words.  You deserve more, my dear readers. I hope this year to delve further into  painting, maybe even take a class.

Kerfe and I have a lot of fun on this blog in our artistic quest. Thank you for visiting, encouraging, chuckling and just generally being good eggs! Here’s to creating art consistently! Oh and Claudia I got your beautiful painting and card, thank you.

  
Great work from Claudia McGill. Now mine!

Signing out for now.

Nina

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36 responses to “Starting with a rock”

  1. Sharon Mann says :

    I love painted rocks, this fellow has character. I’m the proud recipients of Claudia’s Art too. This two pieces are wonderful!
    Keep on creating, thank you Nina!

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  2. Jodi says :

    Love it all! Thanks for sharing!! 😊

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  3. Rebecca says :

    How much fun is this! Fab. 🙂

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  4. kirkistan says :

    That’s fun stuff! Great faces.

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  5. Genie Geer says :

    Good stuff! I look for rock faces too, to attach to whatever ‘spirit doll’ it conjurs up.

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  6. memadtwo says :

    Excellent! You know I saw someone who painted shells too. She just did abstract designs, but I bet you could do some great faces with shells.

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  7. Laura (Createarteveryday) says :

    I love it! That face is great! It’s so obvious once you highlighted the features for us. Very cool.

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  8. artandmoondreams says :

    These are wonderful, love the progression from humble rock to delightful paintings. It is lovely how the creative mind can ‘see’ the secrets in our surroundings. Thank you for sharing.

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  9. tedgiffin says :

    Fun! that’s the spirit!! I used to see faces in wood-grain..In tree bark!

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  10. Teresa Robeson says :

    Such a cool experiment, Nina! Thanks for sharing it with us and reminding me to maintain a child-like wonder in my outlook!

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  11. Cathe says :

    The rock and the faces, brilliant! What fun!!

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  12. D.S. says :

    Nina, I love this concept — finding a face in a rock, painting the rock, and then doing paintings of the face … So cool! I do hope you’re not signing out for long — would miss your wonderful art! 🙂

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  13. Elusive Trope says :

    Awesome process and results.

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  14. memadtwo says :

    Thanks, fun to do!

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