BLISSFUL-BOHEMIAN

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Another new painting

#2 in the Sea series
this is a bit too light,

this detail is a bit more true to the color.
This is a small 6"x6", I worked all day on photos and I think
I am getting a bit better at it, what do you think? All of this
photo business is taking way longer then I expected, so I am
relaxing and have decided I will get my Esty site up when it gets up.
There are some things you cannot rush and this is one of them.
Update on my cousin R. I spoke with him today and he sounded good,
we talked for a long while and he has a really good attitude about it.
I feel better now that I talked to him. We will know in a couple weeks
how it looks, but they hope they got it all. keep praying :-). Thanks.
I start my 3 week job tomorrow. I love the person I will be working for
and while it will be hard work, it will also be fun.
I have been thinking the last few days how short life is, don't waste
one more minute, on anger, regret, or unhappiness. Life is a gift
and sooner or later we have to get that living from our heart
and being brave is the ONLY way to live. Blessings to you :-).

6 comments:

WT said...

Glad to hear R seems to be coping. Those paintings have a real ceramics look about them. Very nice.

Melanie said...

Sounds like a big relief to have spoken to your cousin. I hope your job goes well for the next 3 weeks. Beautiful painting. Perhaps your smaller ones will appeal internationally as they will be lighter to post? Beautiful work.

sukipoet said...

Glad your cousin is resting peacefully. many blessings to him. I think your photos are excellent. All that work pays off. I love your sea series paintings, the shapes and movement and colors. Very lovely. I too long for the sea. Good luck on your new job. Be well, Suki

M.Kate said...

Dearest Annie
thanks for your kind comment on my picture..at least now you know I am no looney from Msia hahaa..

I LOVE the first picture!! Reminds me of my KOI fishes @ home. My koi are mainly red, what a beautiful painting!!

Blessing to you and hugs too!!

Maryam in Marrakesh said...

These paintings look so texturized. That must be such a lovely outlet.

Lorie M. said...

I was thinking they look like ceramic too! I can relate w/the picture taking, btwn lighting, and such you really have to know what you are doing. A tripod helped me a lot. cheers.