Thursday, September 11, 2014

A Painting in Progress....

blank canvases waiting to be painted.

gosh! where has the time gone?! 
i've been meaning to post this for quite some time. 
here is an abstract that i began working on a few months ago. 
it didn't quite turn out the way i had originally imagined but the entire process was quite illuminating.


Monday, May 19, 2014

The Final Rendering - Abstract "Avian Man"

yes, this is the same painting. however, i'm afraid, i got so distracted that i forgot to take photos transitioning from this second stage to the third and final stage below. :-( it is quite challenging to take photos while painting as i'm usually covered in paint and stopping to take photos takes away from the flow that happens while painting. 

one of the things i love about this painting is that it can be hung above 
or below.
"avian man" is finally finished

if you've been reading my past couple posts, you know that i've been chronicling my work on the same has been in a state of metamorphosis. i wish i could say that i knew what my abstract paintings will look like when they are finished. i generally have a mental image in my head of what i'm going to paint, but it doesn't often end up that way. each canvas has a story to tell and my hand is just the tool in its story, and i am not the one that says when the painting is finished. 
it tells me. 

Friday, May 9, 2014

Life Lately in Abstract - Part II

this is my very first large canvas painting. it's funny how it's evolved....

 is this the same canvas?
yes. it is.

is this the final interpretation?....not quite.
curious to find out what this canvas looks like?
then i'll see you next time. :-)

Friday, April 25, 2014

Life Lately in Abstract

hmmmm....what to say when i've been absent from blogging....

i do miss it: the personal conversations that i have with you. making friends with people with faces i have yet to see or meet. peeking into your lives through your blogs and pictures. there's something comforting and soothing that writing brings forth. don't you think? 

i've been travelling back and forth from canada and italy, and filling the little pockets of time i find painting and writing. it has been quite challenging. i find that it's easier to manage time and obligations when one has a set schedule and just a few jobs to fullfill. however, i wear many hats, as many of us do, including housewife, chef, teacher, artist, writer, photographer, student, etc. and some days it gets to the point where i don't know where to begin. managing an online shop in addition to having a website and learning on the side can get pretty heavy. some days i long for the full time 9 to 5 job and japanese take-out for dinner. i feel guilty for feeling this way because i know that i have been fortunate to be able to do what i do and live where i live....and that all the adventures and experiences i have will enrich my life, and make me grow in ways i don't even know yet. 

i leave you with a painting in progress.


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