Friday, August 21, 2009

I almost forgot!

(Click on image to see the yummy detail).
I finished this painting a few weeks ago and then I got busy working jobs and forgot to show you.
I have hardly painted in the last two weeks due to jobs and shoulder/neck/back stuff. I am working it all out and one thing I know is I am not giving up painting! I may have to cut back on work and using the computer so much. I have to rearrange my life a bit to heal this problem up.
I am in one of my introspective phases and I never have much to say until I reach the end of them. So for now that's all I have :-). Let me know what you think of this painting, please :-). (It is carrying on the theme of aerial views and the Title is "Seen from the Sky".
Happy Friday! XOXO


Lubna said...

Hi Annie,
I like this painting. I would call it the whirlpool of happiness. Thanks for appreciating the photographs on my blog.

Unknown said...

This looks like you had great fun painting it.
Rainy day here, so will probably paint!

sukipoet said...

it is a happy painting and reminds me of streamers at a party

Renee said...

I love the painting Annie. Yes, you can't give up on the art. But in life: what to cut?

Love Renee xxo

Anonymous said...

I love it- it reminds me of a stadium with things going on fast within the whirl but life meandering at its own pace each with its own strand of beauty outside it. Beautiful colours.

Unknown said...

Yes!!! A whirlwind of happiness. Hope you're feeling better soon. Back pain is tedious.

Harnett-Hargrove said...

Chaos into conformity, or conform into chaos?! -Jayne

Anonymous said...

Whirlwind with streamers.

I've gotten into the practice of gently stretching my back, arm stretches and slow shoulder rolls in the morning and also on lunch break plus a 20 minute walk. It's helped me to loosen up and relieve shoulder, arm and back aches.

Annie said...

Thanks you all, for the nice comments and the helpful hints.xoxo

Unknown said...

Very nice swirly painting :D

Bella Sinclair said...

Dear Annie,

I love the happy energy in this paintings. The swirls on the bottom are so very festive.

Thank you so much for your beautiful and warm message to me earlier this summer. I'm sorry it's taken so long for me to get back to you. I just wanted you to know that the kindness in your words were comforting. Thank you.

I hope you are able to paint again soon, and I hope you are having a marvelous visit with family.