One out of three

I sat down this weekend to work on three more paintings. This seems to be a method that works for me. I can move amongst the three as the spirit dictates. This top one I kept working on after it seemed done. I like doing these swirling ones.

This one I started by painting the bottom of a vase on the black paper (I am still enjoying that). I already see a face in it but hope to go in another direction. I have one more precious sheet of the slips of words made into paper (gift from K) from which I extract the largest pieces. It just looks cool to me to have words in a painting.

This is one I’ve been working and overworking. Finally cut it out and glued it on black paper. It has possibilities.

A chilly start to Christmas week today. Hope everyone has a happy and safe week!

Nina

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17 responses to “One out of three”

  1. msjadeli says :

    I bet it feels so good to let your creative spirit manifest itself in this way. All very pretty. I like the brighter first one and the other two of more subdued colors. The busy-ness brings them to life.

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  2. weisserwatercolours says :

    ….your innate gifts are bursting out, Nina. Do you find this time of year more productive?

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  3. Poet Rummager says :

    Your fantastic paintings look organic and abstract. Fascinating. How big are they?

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  4. philgomm says :

    I relish your colours, NIna!

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  5. Claudia McGill says :

    I like your method of working (I also like working on more than one thing at a time) because it seems to multiply your creativity, I see one work influencing the others and so on. I am so drawn in by all of these. They are vibrant and alive. Love what you are doing and how expressive they are.

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  6. Laura Bloomsbury says :

    working on more than one piece at a time tends to create similarity and thus creating a set of work which is great to hang alongside each other – personally I am drawn to the oranges, purples and browns

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  7. Dave Whatt says :

    Whoa!… Those are great!…

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