The Mystery on the Easel 2:3

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Easel 1 June

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There was a variety of colours left over on the palette this afternoon – and I required no music in the art room, I was enjoying a soft and gentle day of introspection and quiet gratitude.  I quietly applied blocks of  mostly translucent colours all over the existing layers.  Yellow, orange, rose madder and aqua met the heavier cyan.  And we were done for the day.

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You have to look quite hard now to see the original signs of strong, chaotic swirls – but they peek through here and there.  And still, I have no clue where this is going – any thoughts?

Thanks for coming by today, I’m so happy that you did!

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40 thoughts on “The Mystery on the Easel 2:3

  1. I like your pastels and the darkness is fading into a pretty block style modern painting. You rock, Pauline and I am thinking of the song, “Skipping down the cobblestones. . . and feeling groovy!” 🎶

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    • 🙂 It’s all change still Kerry. I think of it as kind of like a fluid structure – moving, changing, settling, moving ….. at some point it might settle somewhere we decide is ‘done’ or it might simply get put back into a cupboard to wait for a new incarnation …….

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  2. Perfect next step. The color block is wonderful. I think you are at the point where you can take this anywhere you want. Mixed media or straight painting.

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  3. Well, I have NO idea where this is going, but I’m excited by simply watching. I like the colour blocks very much and still seeing bits of your words peeking through. Thanks for sharing your progress. I love the idea of painting this way, although I’ve never tried it myself. Hugs. ~ LInne

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  4. No idea but I am sure it will be beautiful and allowing us to watch it’s evolution is a most succulent “fly on the wall” moment indeed Ms Pauline 🙂

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