In March, I continued painting daily. Joe framed the paintings as fast as I produced. I continued to learn from free courses online.I took an humble seascape and repainted it using the composition rule of thirds, one of many seascape composition ideas you can Google to find at Pinterest. It made all the difference in a repaint.
A trip to NYC for museum shows further inspired. Three floors of Faith Ringgold's work at the New Museum in the Bowery impressed me how she integrated all in her life, constantly, in creating her art work. We visited Holbein at the Morgan Library and Museum and hit both the New York Historical Society (paintings of NYC and Black Dolls) and the Whitney for more.
I enjoyed sketching the amazing Judge Brown, hopefully the next member of the Supreme Court. She made a terrific model on the screen at son's house in NYC. Joe and I also created a bouquet for church, a new adventure. We awaited more excitement in what schools the children would choose; and we returned home with several painting ideas!
Linda, I think that painting is simply wonderful! I love the way you depicted the waves crashing against the rocks. And the house above nestled in its setting is charming. I also admire totally your drive to continue to learn by taking online classes. You are a role model I need to emulate, for sure! The altar bouquet that you and Joe created is also beautiful.ReplyDelete
Very creative. Thank you for sharingReplyDelete
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