Alice

“Oh, how I wish I could shut up like a telescope! I think I could if only I knew
how to begin.” For, you see, so many out-of-the-way things had happened lately,
that Alice had begun to think that very few things indeed were really impossible.
~Chapter One, Down the Rabbit-Hole”

Inspiration from, Willowing Arts

She …

She always had that look about her, that look of otherness, of eyes that see things much too far, and of thoughts that wander off the edge of the world. ~Joanne Harris

Watercolor background, acrylic paint, pastels for the flowers, some hand-stitching, and the portrait is sketched onto off-white paper and then cut out. Find all instructions on the artist, Renee Mueller on YouTube.

Geraniums

A wild geranium sketch and a pot of geraniums in watercolors.

‘Fair rich confusion is all the aim of an old~fashioned flower garden, and the greater the confusion, the richer, you want to come upon a mignonnette in unexpected places and to find sprays of heliotrope in close consultation with your roses, and geraniums sporting their uniforms like gay recruits off duty.’ ~Anna Bartlett Warner

Watercolor ~ lesson on youtube from Ellen Crimi ~ Trent
Watercolor

Focus

Willowing Arts ~ an art class

Mixed~media art including watercolors, a small number of acrylic paints, and an ink marker

‘The object of art is not to reproduce reality, but to create a reality of the same intensity.’ ~Alberto Giacometti

The Mushroom

‘The sudden appearance of mushrooms after a summer rain is one of the more impressive spectacles of the plant world.’ ~ John Tyler Bonner

Watercolor and Gouache – from a class at Lucy’s Art Lab called Mini Mushrooms

Spirited

Art for Earth, class by Angela Kennedy

I can see this young girl both gentle and strong as many of the
definitions of ~spirited~ imply. She loves to learn, all subjects
interest her and yet she has her own direction to pursue. I can tell
she spends most of her time alone, enjoying the company of
herself. She dreams of a gypsy life, wearing flowing dresses in
bright colors, silky scarves cover her head. Her bracelets make a
sweet tinkering sound as she weaves flowers into a hanging bouquet.
Aging will not intimidate her – she looks forward to graying hair,
her memories are cherished as the freedom she has come to
embrace.

“I am a free spirit. A spirit that evolves. I’m a diamond.
I’m just refining it. Polishing it. Glossing it up.” ~ Simeon Rice

The Deer

The antlers in the watercolor painting symbolize for me a crown a spiritual regeneration. The deer symbolizes agility, and speed yet has a gentleness connected to a female person. In dreams the deer can symbolize a loved one messaging you from the afterlife. The deer spirit animal asks one to trust their instincts and take care of the inner child.

The Class – from Willowing Arts, Art for Earth

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