Weekend Work 1/3/2022

This one should be called “Don’t Fence Me In”. The fence came out of nowhere and I liked it. This one reminded me of a very old painting I did early 90’s:

I like separate components that pull together on the picture plane. I finished this one that I’ve been playing around with for a while:

A couple of others that aren’t done.

Thank you to all WordPress friends. It is wonderful to have your support in my painting endeavors. Nina

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13 responses to “Weekend Work 1/3/2022”

  1. msjadeli says :

    I look at your artwork as eye candy. Very satisfying to regard it. Any of them would be good for ekphrastic writing.


  2. Laura Bloomsbury says :

    that painting also reminiscent of the Bing Crosby song then:
    ” I want to ride to the ridge where the West commences
    And gaze at the moon till I lose my senses”
    definitely losing your senses in these colourful conglomerates of ideas


    • memadtwo says :

      I sang that with the Humdingers, a long-ago Junior League project that entertained in nursing homes. For our end of trouping party I had a cake made with a fence around it! Love that song. N.


  3. tiffanyarpdaleo says :

    I love your style, so unique!


  4. Claudia McGill says :

    If there’s a happy surrealist world I feel you are painting it and I want to go there. Just wow.


  5. Dave Whatt says :

    Oh, lovely stuff, M!…


  6. melaniereynolds says :

    What fun! I really like the third one.


  7. robertawrites235681907 says :

    These are colourful and joyous, Nina.


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