Friday, July 28, 2017

Where Am I?

If I were working on paper I'd be at my paper trimmer, isolating a whole buncha volunteer compositions, and making a whole buncha greeting cards.

But I'm working on canvas, hiking through a holler somewhere in the hills, without a path, putting one foot in front of the other, getting scratched by prickers and slapped by low branches, all in faith that I'll eventually find my way.

Investigative details:





10 comments:

  1. Very interesting colors and shapes going on. Guess you are going to have to choose which will stay and which will go!! Hard choice!! Go for it!!!

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    1. As you suggest, there is nothing for it but to go for it! Sitting still will not get me out of the woods! Happily, after falling back into a reflexive mode of preciousness, I found a microscopic bit of recklessness boldness in me and got moving again. Thanks so much for cheering me along, Carol.

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  2. canvas! wooohoooo! You wild thing!

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    1. No kidding! This is the piece I've been working on daily for nearly a week now—I first activated the canvas at the end of May and played with it for about a week then. I think the wild ride is finally heading towards a particular destination, God willing and the creek don't rise.

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  3. I have great faith in you. I believe that you'll find your way, Dotty. :)))

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    1. Always grateful to have wind at my back. Thanks, Katie!

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  4. There's a lot of cool stuff going on here, Dotty-but come out of the hills! Quit getting slapped by branches! We need you here!

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    1. Laurie, thanks for calling me home! Hearing your voice out there makes me think I just might find my way out of can't-find-my-way-out!

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  5. Oh I love these mini landscapes. I am seeing ocean, cliffs, meadows...the holler must be just over that ridge. LOL :) Oh the places you do go! How lucky are we, that you invite us to tag along!

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    1. I had fun focusing in on these mini landscapes; glad you enjoyed them also! Glad, too, that you're happy to tag along for what is turning out to be a protracted journey. THANK YOU, love having you along : )

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