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Saturday, January 24, 2009

Painting for Eliezer


Here is a not so great photo of the painting I did for blogging friend Eliezer Sobel. It will be winging it's way to his home on Monday.
Today I started three new small paintings and it feels so good to be working again. If there had been more hours in the day I would have also loved to work on my clay pieces. For me making three pieces at the same time is a big change, usually I can only doggedly work on one project at a time, but that limits me and I hate limits, so I am forcing a change.
Hope you all had a creative, happy Saturday. Tell me about it...

4 comments:

sukipoet said...

Very sweet painting. Glad you had a creative weekend. I mostly sorted, packed and read.

Mary-Laure said...

Love the green waves and blue sky, it makes me want to travel...

Melanie said...

Well done for pushing your ow boundaries.

Very interesting painting- the sort you'd look at for meanings. I think that's the best sort- the ones which make you think.

NAVAL LANGA said...

I liked this artwork.
I write reviews of other friends' literature and paintings, too. You can see one of the reviews of a pencil drawing here:
PENCIL DRAWING OF A NUDE

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