Weekend work 2/22/2021

I’m working on a few of these simultaneously. This one started out as a landscape and finished as one too. These have become instinctual as the painting will tell me what to do next. I’m using the gouache in the way it is intended: not straight out of the tube but mixing a few colors together to get a more unusual shade.

I’ll post the others as I finish but mainly paint on the weekends hence the title. Have a good week; although there are mountains of snow here, spring is coming. Nina

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16 responses to “Weekend work 2/22/2021”

  1. ben Alexander says :

    I really enjoy seeing your artwork! Thanks for sharing.

    -David

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  2. memadtwo says :

    Looks like 2 worlds that intersect and overlap (k)

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  3. D. Wallace Peach says :

    Beautiful, Nina. This one has a First Peoples feel to it to me. A celebration of the land and spirits. As always I love the brilliant colors. As I look at this one, I’m filled with a sense of peace and happiness.

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  4. Claudia McGill says :

    I love it. It reminds me of layers of sedimentary rock. I like geology and I’ve always been interested in rock layers. It occurs to me that your painting process is similar to rock formation. What is existing determines what comes next.

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  5. memadtwo says :

    That is exactly right Claudia. And obviously I also love rocks. All this painting is evolving from the rock painting, I think. N.

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  6. robertawrites235681907 says :

    This is very interesting, Nina. The way you have layered it, it reminds me of the archeological sites in the UK, which start with the Romans at 13 m below the surface and then the Vikings at 9 m below the surface and continue in layers upwards.

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  7. memadtwo says :

    I didn’t realize when I was doing it that I was making layers. It came together at the end and when I looked at it I saw the flow. Thank you! N.

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  8. Dave Whatt says :

    Whoa!…
    Like that!…

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  9. wolfsrosebud says :

    Lovely colors. One can feel everything pressing together.

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  10. judeitakali says :

    Quite evocative, the art.

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