I've been painting a year now. Started off with watercolors, then oils and eventually acrylics. Trying to find my lane, going from portraits to landscapes. Although in would never say limit what you do, but I would definitely say stick to what you love and do best. I think I'm finally coming into my own and doing landscapes are my thing. Doing them makes me feel good, at ease and tranquil.
As an artist is this a process everyone goes through? Figuring out what they are best at? I had this uncontrollable feeling that I should do it all. Is that normal when starting out? Let me know in the comments!
Here’s a little 8x10 to remind you that pom pom hats are here for us and they make January more cheery.
Focusing on finer details like highlights and folds in these home scenes has been lotsa fun.
EYE ON ART // This painting titled “Eye on Art” is all about the audience’s eye. Eye on Art involves implication, suggestion and mystery, rather than obvious description for it is only your eye that determines the beauty of the colors and forms.
To read more about this painting and abstract art, click the link in bio!
Like the lotus flower that is born out of mud, we must honor the darkest parts of ourselves and the most painful of life's experiences, because they are what allow us to birth our most beautiful self. - Debbie Ford