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Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Paintings, Sun and Seascapes

The lines blur, who knows where the sun, the light and the seas begin and end.
I am continuing in my series and studies of sun, light and seas... getting lost in the lines of where one begins and one ends... as I paint the textures and rhythms of the waves, clouds, or shimmers. Painting these are like meditations for me, going to a serene peaceful place with no time, swimming in the unconscious bliss...
I have a couple more canvases ready for my brushstrokes, they are waiting for me to bring them to life. Soon, maybe tomorrow I will step into my studio and flood them with color.

Meanwhile, I have been attending to life... travel, my sometimes sick kitty, lots of telephone talk with my family at a distance sharing in the events and ups and downs of days that swim by so fast as we all get older, taking small steps to organize a completely disorganized studio, and participating in the camaraderie of various art groups. And so, also I have not blogged as much as I had for a while, as I attend to all my other interests, and of course, the so short summer we are having here in the Pacific Northwest. But soon, more postings to come, with updates and photos on travels and some fibery art I have been creating....

3 comments:

Paula McNamee said...

Glad you're enjoying your summer. It sure has been wonderful to be outdoors and take in the sun. Your sun and sea paintings emote lots of energy.

HeartFire said...

Well I think summer is short-lived up here, we are back to gray, cool, and breezy today, and mid-August, no less... I am enjoying putting my energy into the sun paintings...

Anonymous said...

Hi Delorse, I spent some time on your blog and wow, are you a busy gal. Beautiful photos and gorgeous paintings. Looks like focusing on your own art pays off.
A