Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Acapella Solo in the attic

I sat without a brush in my hand many rainy days just waiting for something.

Then one day when the rain stopped, I put on my rain boots and walked the long way around the tank dam to The Garden Palace. I needed to go and sit in the attic studio. And I needed to cut more cardboard cells for the grid. 
I was excited about a bit of inspiration that floated by while looking at Alissa's painting. It was the windows. When I saw them I knew immediately windows would be a perfect addition to the choirs in The Grid. 

Each cardboard cell has to be measured and cut for a specific spot. So, I decided where I would paint the first window. Being there made the window vision so much clearer. I measured and cut these three cells and returned to the studio in the big house.

I don't know what happened but I didn't even argue with her. I haven't mentioned her in a long time and every since this argument, I mostly just listen and paint.

Well actually, I do know what happened. I discovered two new artist of the Art Nouveau period. Charles Rennie Mackintosh and wife, Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh

Painting "flat" without depth doesn't satisfy me so much. But once I got my brave girl attitude together and picked up my Chinese calligraphy brush, I started adding the black layer of lines. What fun that was once I got the hang of it. I think this soloist waiting for her acapella moment in the attic grid is a great addition to the choirs up there.

I'm still excited about the windows in the attic grid and you know what? There are many more perfect places for windows.


8 comments:

  1. She is so HEAVENLY beautiful Sharon. And ALL those open windows we decide to use are always there, just waiting...our bravery and "ah ha" moments, and taking walks for inspiration. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours, Love, wanda ;)

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  2. She's incredible! Enjoying your paintings as the muse inspires. Can't imagine what you would argue about on this one!

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    1. Thanks Shirley, I did enjoy just as I enjoy your visits.

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  3. wow, sharon, just wonderful...

    xoxo (you are really impressing me)

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