A month in Pictures
While the artist recovers from a marathon of expressive portraits (and plays hooky in the forest for a day or two), please enjoy a visual recap of last month's artistic journey.
And while you are gazing, consider this:
Where the scientist asks what equation would best describe the trajectory of an airborne rock, the artist asks what it would feel like to throw one." - David Bayles and Ted Orland, Art and Fear
10/22/2020 01:42:41 pm
keep throwing stones, jen!
10/22/2020 06:39:26 pm
Dotty! You know I will. :)
10/22/2020 02:21:59 pm
These paintings, every one of them, astound and dazzle and tug at my heart. Each one of them painted from the heart. They are thrown with reckless abandon, yet with such artistic brilliance and accuracy that each one of them hits its mark. Scientists evaluate, artists create. They pour their souls out onto the canvas, not thinking to leave anything in reserve. These are extraordinary, Jen. Each one of them. 💞💖
10/22/2020 06:42:51 pm
David! Thank you for the gift of your words, and for seeing the reckless abandon in the creating. That these tug at your heart means I have accomplished something that matters greatly to me - creating art that connects with other humans deep inside. Thank you SO much for being a part of the creating with your inspiring writing! xo
10/23/2020 04:12:37 am
Dotty really summed it up! You are great at throwing rocks and paint! Keep up the portraiture!
10/25/2020 10:28:13 am
ha ha! Carol, I will keep throwing rocks and paint....and seem to be smitten with portraiture! Thanks so much for your encouragement!
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