A Day Late

I’m not sure about this one. Usually the painting tells me what to do next. I added the purple last (on Easter) and I’m not sure it works.

I started a few more over the weekend, none finished.

It’s a lovely day here in NJ. Hope everyone is well! Nina

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25 responses to “A Day Late”

  1. robertawrites235681907 says :

    Easter is a time for family, Nina. It is understandable that you didn’t get anything finished. There is always next week. I like the purple.


    • memadtwo says :

      I’m kind of worried that my streak might be going away. Feeling rather uninspired right now but you’re right, it was family time over the weekend.
      Thank you for your nice comment! N.

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  2. David Milligan-Croft says :

    The purple works well. It looks good. Don’t put pressure on yourself to ‘produce’. Your unconscious will get to work when its ready.


  3. tiffanyarpdaleo says :

    I like it! My creative juices take days off too sometimes, it’s okay, they always come back!😉


  4. Claudia McGill says :

    I see a more subdued side of you in this painting. It’s all a long thread of creativity that twists and turns. Every artwork belongs on this thread. That is what I believe. I like the painting. It’s a reflective image.


  5. Laura Bloomsbury says :

    liturgically speaking purple is for Lent 😉 there is a lot to see in your painting – only the artist can decide on colours though I particularly love that blue as well as the squiggly textures


  6. Jane Dougherty says :

    Maybe it’s the symbolism speaking. Easter is when you strip off the purple not put it on. Maybe a deeper tone, more like an indigo?


  7. Melba Christie at Poemattic says :

    The purple works well and it makes the message stand out.


  8. memadtwo says :

    A moonlit night reflected on water…that’s what i’m seeing (K)


  9. melaniereynolds says :

    Your work inspires me to find some unwanted book and pull the pages out to play around with in my own style of artwork. It would be really hard for me, as a writer, to pull a book apart though. I’ll have to think of an Author I really dislike to do it! Hahaha. I often like to say “art inspires art.” I often listen to songs and while I know the songwriter meant it this one way, my mind uses it as a catalyst to weave an entirely different story.


  10. Romana Iorga says :

    The purple works! The world needs more purple.


  11. Jill Kuhn says :

    I like how the yellow helps direct my eye throughout your piece. It looks amazing to me. I am starting an online class that uses line and form from interior decorating for inspiration. I’m looking forward to it. I’d like to get better at abstracts. I really like your painting style. 😃


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