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It’s been awhile since I’ve made time to be very thoughtful and deliberate in my creative process. Honestly, it’s been a stressful summer. The work I did manage to complete was under pressure and not as much fun to do as it could have been. I’m in the process of getting my space back…of spending time thinking before moving full speed ahead. By increasing my meditation time. By paying attention to reacting versus acting. I’m starting to prepare for my art show at Cherry Street Public House in November.
Painting: Gouache, Watercolor and Acrylic on Paper. Bright joyful abstract painting with bold mark making and patterns on watercolor paper celebrating the end of summer. Keywords: pattern, pink, red, bold, bright, yellow, mark making, colorful, abstract, gold, joy, lines Subjects: Abstract Styles: Abstract, Abstract Expressionism, Street Art, Fine Art, Folk Mediums: Gouache, Watercolor, Acrylic
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