Today is officially Spring! So many reasons to celebrate. While winter is long and at times can be dreadful, it makes the moment spring arrives that much more enchanting. Thank u for coming, it has been so long!!!!! (my favorite season)
There is something so beautiful about subtle art, with texture and lines that appear out of nowhere when you stand and gaze up close. But there is also something so appealing when you walk into a room, and you are awe struck. The Merkette duo, you make a bold statement worth creating over and over.....
Two philosophies I live by- 'Some things are just meant to be' and..... 'Timeless design never tires'..........
An opening night of beauty and success and Addison Gallery in Del Ray Beach.
I recently read a letter from a man to a man asking for his advice on the purpose of life. I guess this is something we all ponder on a very frequent basis. What an interesting read, especially when the truth be told that he was simply looking for the answer to life, but truly that would be like having the blind lead the blind. It made me realize just how important it is to find the magic in all the little things because that is all we really can do. An avid beauty seeker myself, and desire for eternally being smitten on all levels, it creates an unrealistic expectation. Today I have made a note to self to seek the magic in the smallest details and something magical just might make you eternally smitten. Humans need beauty.
I once lived on a street named Revelle in a high rise that overlooked dips and valleys of amazing green trees and the silhouettes of the city. I remember the color of blush in it's truest form.
30x40 framed in White Oak.
Sometimes it is the subtleties of an "Artistic Scenario" that complete its state of being. There is such a thing as something so perfect that you feel its perfection in your skin and ultimately your bones. This could also be described by a passionate writer as "The perfect word" that explains itself entirely.
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Being an artist of your entire existent and lifestyle is a way of life. There is nothing greater than nature's lovely Peonies, or the sprouts of the first Hyacinth emerging from the soil mixed with hypericum ad lovely sprigs of foliage from the grapevines outside my window. You know something is a passion when you develop your entire way of life based around the theory. Mine has always been a lifestyle of art.Read More
I'm so inspired by my 9 year old Lucy, who loves to put on lipstick and stand in front of our very large mirror, in the kitchen. Yes, our Kitchen. I don't know many other people who have a 9 foot by 9 foot mirror in their kitchen, but we do! I guess we love to watch our crazy cooking skills like a movie. I think coral and blue is a dynamic duo for an abstract piece, mimicking the beauty of Lucy. She is a free spirit, kind soul, and definitely has a spirit inside of her.Read More
Oh Henri, I could go on and on. The most inspiring creature of all, with his mop like head that soaks up everything from the dust to the leaves blowing by to his sweet disposition and loyalty. He is my muse, always painting by my side, often trying to drink the muddy paint water sitting in my nearby plastic cups. He awaits the cats to chase as I await the collage of color formation.Read More
I love when the warmer days of May have appeared like blocks of color. Patches of greener grass, seas of warmer blue, skies of warmer pinks, and the bunches of lilacs. The sweetest smell, the greatest of hope, how happy the thought that spring has come.Read More