So (At the risk of sounding redundant), I have finished a drawing, and I don’t know whether I like it or not. Do you see a common theme running through my posts? Anyway, as usual, I’ll put it away for a while, work on something else for a while. Then I’ll come back to it, and redo it. Or not.
Anyway, working as a healer is getting to be more of a reality. I’ve got my massage table, brochure and business cards. So, all I need are clients. Technicalities, huh?
Here is..what’s the name of it? I guess “Path”.
Been working on the piece. Thinking about it, brings back many memories. I spent most of my life in Connecticut. My mentor once remarked, “Connecticut should be called the green tree and stone wall state”. Which is true.
The landscape there is beautiful, many moods, variety of textures. I’ve decided to add some animals, squirrels and birds…it wouldn’t be authentic without them. So here’s where it stands now.
I imagine it would not be possible to not mention the passing of Thomas Kinkaide. He was a very skilled artist who marketed his work well. His work is meaningful to a lot of people, and for all of the talk of his work being saccharin, he certainly contributed to the lives of many people.
That being said, I have a hard time ignoring the fact that he implied that buying a reproduction of his art, with a few dabs of paint added by an assistant, would be a great investment. To me, that’s a big con.
Anyway, back to my work and wanting it to make people happy. I’m progressing with these little paradise drawings. They are truly joyful to draw. Soon I may try a large sized one, to see how that goes.
So, here’s the most recent