Day 344

The Final Dispersing: Final Part to the Red String Series* Watercolor on paper This four part series illustrates the interconnection of transitions in life. Each moment relies on our past and perhaps too our future. The present carries us through life and what we do with the present connects us to life much as the…

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Day 343

Eye at the End of the Road: Cityscape Final Part* Acrylic on canvas “Cityscape” is inspired by what is found beneath our eyelids. Within dreams, endless cities appear and morph, perhaps this is only our subconscious unfolding the life we’ve experienced while our eyes are awake. In the three “Cityscape” paintings, the eyes are part…

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Day 341

Imagination and Reality or Chromoluminarism: Inspired by Neo-Impressionsim Acrylic on canvas In 1886, art critic Félix Fénéon coined the term Neo-Impressionism. The movement began with Georges Seurat’s painting “A Sunday on La Grande Jatte”. Seurat used a painting technique called “divisionism” or “Chromoluminarism”: instead of mixing colors, Seurat placed colorful dots next to each other…

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Day 340

Material in Nature: Inspired by the Physical World: “Contemplate This” The Final Part* Acrylic on paper This small series was inspired by forces in life that come to us easily, instinctually, forces that both keep us alive and challenge us. The series is called “Contemplate This” because each element from each day needs to be…

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Day 337

Ninth From the Center: A Universe in Tens part 9* Acrylic paint on cotton sphere At the outermost point of the Solar System is the dwarf planet Pluto (minor planet designation: 134340). The Gas Giant’s heat does not reach Pluto’s. Nor does the heat find its way below Pluto’s gaseous surface or below, to the…

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Day 336

Dreamscape part 8*: Rooted Gouache and acrylic on paper *There is ONE more part of this series to come, keep an eye out in the next month. Click these links to see part one, part two, part three, part four, part five, part six, and part seven. 336 days done, 29 to go.

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