July is here

July is here and I’ve been painting rocks for a few months now. I am spending entirely too much time on them but they are becoming more painterly. I’m still stuck on the mandala ones which are highly imperfect.

These two are more stream of consciousness and just following the rock shape.

I keep doing these because they’re fun and relaxing.

I hope everyone has a good July Fourth.

Stay creative!

Nina

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26 responses to “July is here”

  1. D. Wallace Peach says :

    I’m partial to the mandalas. They’re so pretty and creative. My garden needs some of these. 😀 Thanks for the smile.

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  2. Oloriel says :

    I love this, and can agree, it is very soothing and relaxing; it reminds me of one summer a decade ago, where I took this idea and turned it into passtime for my two nephews. I think there is still a couple of the rocks we painted still around the summerhouse, as decoration.

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  3. Evelyn Flint says :

    They’re fabulous…

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  4. Sun Hesper Jansen says :

    The face on that butterfly! ♡♡♡

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  5. janet weight reed says :

    they are so beautiful :)XX

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  6. msjadeli says :

    They are happy in their colorful clothes. I love the butterfly person! Happy 4th Nina!

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  7. Claudia McGill says :

    Each one unique and worthy of contemplation. I say keep going as long as you enjoy it. They make me smile.

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    • memadtwo says :

      I went back and looked at your sticks. I have a curlique stick that I think I’m going to make into a snake today. Whatever the reason for the rocks I’m just going with it. It is helping me in some way to get out of the block I’ve been in. Thanks Claudia. Enjoy the holiday weekend and stay safe. N.

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    • memadtwo says :

      I went back and looked at your sticks. I have a curlique stick that I think I’m going to make into a snake today. Whatever the reason for the rocks I’m just going with it. It is helping me in some way to get out of the block I’ve been in. Thanks Claudia. Enjoy the holiday weekend and stay safe. N.

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      • Claudia McGill says :

        That would so great to see a painted snake. And I guarantee you, once you start painting sticks, you will be on the lookout for new subjects, and I think that makes walking outside even more fun when you have that idea in mind. I would think you already might do this for suitable rocks, too? (I know I have been paying more attention to them myself because of you).

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  8. jazzytower says :

    My fave is the last one. Beautiful all of them.

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  9. robertawrites235681907 says :

    These are lovely, Nina. I enjoyed how Kerfe picked up your colour theme in her artwork.

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