Wednesday, 24 April 2013

Voyager

My concentration span isn't completely with it at the moment for painting intricate pictures, so instead I've tried to paint something simple.
Funnily enough, even simple pictures require a deal of concentration to make them look simple! Have you ever found that?

Nonetheless, I love to paint, and even if keeping on top of the ankle rehab exercises takes a lot of time ( and it does) I still find myself wanting to paint. So I've made time to wet the brushes and produce a relatively simple painting.
Completely from my imagination and no drawing.

The painting that kept my brushes wet is this, and I call it Voyager

Saunders waterford 140 rough
15" x11"



14 comments:

  1. Oh, but it is lovely Pat! so peaceful. I have found painting very healing for me, puts my mind in a happy place :)

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  2. Thanks, Maria.
    Painting does that for me too :) x

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  3. Pat, this scene is so simple and serene - love it. Funny about that "simple isn't simple" - very true. :)

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  4. and it looks like a peaceful voyage too.

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  5. Simple but definitely beautiful ! xx

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  6. Lovely! (glad your ankle rehab is going well! :)

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  7. Painting from your imagination isn't easy! It's a peaceful scene Pat - and lovely tranquil colours too :0)

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  8. Thanks everyone, glad you like it :) xx

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  9. This is beautiful and I am always impressed when people paint from the imagination with no reference photos or drawing!

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  10. Beautiful Pat! I just love the simplicity. Well done!

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  11. Beautiful painting, so minimal! I hope all the best for your ankle! Arianna

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  12. Quite wonderful! Romantic and peaceful.

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  13. Lovely painting, Pat! Painting from imagination gives an inner sense of freedom, dont you think so? I like it very much! xo

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