Acrylic on canvas
24" x 24"
Spent a little time trying to finish "Winds of Change" this weekend, but it still needs one more session. Thought I'd share this photo anyway, because it's been difficult to find the right lighting indoors or out to photograph it in, and the rains may come before I get a chance to finish it and photograph it again. In reality, the red of the "Kona" rectangle is in the same range as that of the berries, but it's in the shadow here. The painting reminds me of a fat corner (yardage talk) of printed fabric. Though decorative in appearance, it has special meaning for me.
Meanwhile, some little garden spiders were busy crafting snares for "passers-by," and I feel lucky to have discovered their handiwork quite by chance today when I happened to glance at the fencing from a new perspective. Somehow, the mixed media piece that I did on Saturday morning seems in keeping with the wire fence web graphics. This work was done on white sketch paper that appears grey in this photo. Late Saturday night, I got brave and put a raw umber wash on top of it all. Risky business, to say the least, and as you can imagine, it looks totally different now. Some might even venture to say it is ruined. Which reminds me of the words of wisdom of Non-indigenous Woman: "Never give up on a piece." :)
Everything is dry . . . bone dry and parched. The weather is lovely, but we will welcome the rains.
Wishing you a wonderful week.