Today’s post is a painting from quite a few years ago. It’s an image of a fragmented sea shell. I liked the idea that the beauty remained despite the brokenness.
Today’s picture is from quite a few years ago. It is an image of one of those amazing bits of nature that get scattered along the beaches of P.E.I. These shells are often broken and because of that they reveal the divine geometry that lies within.
Today our “Little Blue Sphere” begins another trip around the sun. Here’s hoping it’s a good one. Happy New Year!
The golf courses are closing for the season on Prince Edward Island; it’s time to find another use for those tees.
Today’s painting is one from more than a few years ago. It combines a number of elements I’m still interested in. There’s a bit of maritime landscape, some family heirlooms, and an object with a bit of sheen.
I grew up in a rural part of Canada. There were no artists as such in my family and no art galleries nearby. My earliest introduction to art came via Walt Disney and the world of comics. They were a magical window for me and I dreamed of being able to do what they did. So comics and the artists that created them were a gift to me. Today’s painting “Comic Present” shows what that gift might look like, if it was literal.
I’m working on another gift image. This one is a little less box-like.
Today’s painting is of another present I wrapped myself. It’s still in the early stages, the oil paintings take a little longer than the watercolours.
Today’s painting is of a couple of marbles (Venus and Mars).
I have to admit I’m not all that great at wrapping presents. You can see it’s true from today’s painting “I Wrapped it Myself”. It is always good to remember that it’s the thought that counts.