Weekend work 9/21/2020

It was a nice fall weekend here and I did some art work: a couple of paintings and another batch of rocks.

You can’t really tell but I painted these rocks a dark gray, not black. They need one more coat of matte fixative and then they’ll be ready to give away. I keep some in my drawer at work to give out. People are surprised when I hand them one.

Hope it’s a good week for everyone. Nina

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16 responses to “Weekend work 9/21/2020”

  1. msjadeli says :

    I love your painting. It suggests living energy washing over the land. And the clouds! Wonderful! I am looking at your rocks with fresh eyes today. I see mandalas and I see granny squares (saw a post on them yesterday) and your idea of giving them away, like a ray of sunshine, is a beautiful thing, Nina.

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  2. memadtwo says :

    I love that you surprise people with these gifts. Much needed by the world. (K)

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  3. philgomm says :

    Always so cheering, not to mention somehow mouthwatering too!

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  4. jeandrawingaday says :

    Such intense colours, they’re like jewels!

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  5. Claudia McGill says :

    What vibrant life affirming art! Every time I see your work I am made calmer and more hopeful.

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  6. robertawrites235681907 says :

    These are lovely, Nina. So nice of you to give them to your work colleagues.

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  7. calmkate says :

    Love your rainbow mountains and dragon clouds … those rocks are exceptional! Your talent grows Nina 🙂

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