"Cloud Walkers" - mixed media on paper, 15" x 11". Available on Artfinder.
This is the second of two "failed" pieces brought back from Ireland and my days of throwing paint with Bridget. This one became a surreal landscape...somewhere hidden in this piece are giants walking through the clouds. With a fierce storm holding much of the U.S. in a grip of wind and blinding snow, I can easily imagine giants hurling weather down from high in the clouds. Perhaps they will tire of their shenanigans, but in the meantime, there is this painting. :)
Time is racing, running, sprinting faster than I can possibly keep up. And so I will drag my feet and dig in my heels, determined to slow things down. Which can best be accomplished by painting or yard work. I plan to do both.
The first art exhibit of the year was hung yesterday. I find so much beauty in these gatherings of painted souls. There is an abundance of creativity and imagination in the world; I feel it is full to bursting. Maybe this is the reason for swirling storms and cloud walking giants - an explosion of feisty creativity from color-saturated heavens.
And now, curl up in your blanket, grab a hot cup of joe and gaze at the people of the whale.