Second version of the house across the street and visible from upstairs where I paint. It’s an intriguing house to me with its stone front and interesting roof shape. I really like to draw/paint building.
This was the first sketch:
I just felt like trying it again.
May stick to some realistic subject matter for a bit. Regards to all from Kerfe and me.
ProCreate for iPad. 11/27/18.
My poem “Holy”, inspired by the art of Bahman Mohassess, is up at The Ekphrastic Review, along with 12 other diverse responses. Thanks to editor Lorette Luzajic for featuring my work, and introducing me to this wonderful artist.
I am still dealing with family medical issues, so will be on break awhile longer. As Nina said on Thanksgiving, there is always much to be grateful for, and we send our thanks and good wishes out to everyone for their friendship and support.
A couple of paintings from yesterday and today. This is the house across the street. (It’s not as woodsy as I painted it). I am grateful to have a roof over my head and a heating system that works; it is very cold today.
Another drip painting. Not sure if it’s finished. Happy Thanksgiving to the wonderful WordPress community. Kerfe and I wish you and yours all the best!
West Street Bridge, Paterson, N.J. From a Paterson photo posted somewhere.
Another drip painting. The colors and shapes never fail to lead me somewhere. In this case possibly a hot mess but fun nevertheless.
Woman with elephant. From a Gucci ad I saw somewhere.
Have a good week.
I’ve been painting feverishly for a couple of days. I want to be able to hold the fort while Kerfe takes a break. As I told K. if not for this blog I doubt I’d be painting. Thanks to all friends here!
Have a great weekend!
It’s hard to believe that Kerfe and I (mostly Kerfe) have been posting art on this blog for four (almost five) years. I doubt I’d be painting much at all if Kerfe hadn’t suggested doing this. I will try my best to cover while she takes a short break.
More fooling around with the ProCreate app for iPad. I must admit I like actual paint better but I get a kick out of playing around with this app.
Lovely day here in Northern NJ. Enjoy!
I want to once again thank Freya Pickard for featuring one of my haiku as part of the Portal Series on Pure Haiku. You can read it here.
I will be taking a few weeks off from posting to deal with ongoing family medical issues, but I will try to check in with WordPress every once in awhile to see what’s going on. And Nina will still be posting her work every few days, so we won’t be totally absent.
I did some painting over the weekend. This one I called “Angel in Dismay”. Is an explanation needed? I am very concerned over the election tomorrow although I live in a bubble, the typical “wealthy Northern New Jersey suburb”. We’re all pretty much a bunch of liberals. It’s the rest of the country I’m worried about.
Two figures. Where does this come from? I just start painting and stuff emerges.
The start of a drip painting. I’ll post it tomorrow if I finish it today.
A rainy Monday here. Today is my mother’s birthday. She would have been 97 and probably would have hated that. She never became an “old lady”. Hopefully that will also be my fate although this year I will turn 70. I guess you could say that’s old. But I feel the same as ever.
I thought I would visit the Oracle this week to see what She had to say about Sue Vincent’s photo prompt, above.
I had already done my painting, and I guess it’s not surprising that the Oracle confirmed that many treasures lie below the surface, even in the darkest times.
rocks breathe ancient bones,
fertile earth of pure starlight–
deep spirit rivers
climbing windpaths into air–
the murmuring of seedsong