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The Mystery of Painting Part 2
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The Mystery of Painting - Part 2 | Abstract Art | Commissioned Art | Painting The most exciting magic and mystery of painting is the peek into the future. How the painting can reveal the future is something that may be unexplainable. Most intriguing to me is how an artist often without any consciousness about the future paints an image that opens a window to the future. Often these images are not discovered as the accounts of the future until one has the opportunity to look back after the history has manifested. The painting is then acknowledged to have revealed...
The Mystery of Painting Part 1 | Landscape Painting | Landscape painter
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The Mystery of Painting Part 1 | Landscape Painting | Landscape Painter A painting can be clear as day in meaning or ambiguous, inviting many possible interpretations. The painted picture can easily become a window into the past, but can it foretell or glimpse into the future? We know it can most certainly impact an amazing sense of wonder and mystery and at the same time be simply full of beauty. A plain air painting done of a beautiful landscape reflects the moment. It is a slice of time, a part of a particular day in a particular season of...
The Tree | Watercolor painting | Acrylic painting | Paintings
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Hiking in the beautiful rolling hills of Boulder’s has become a true love of mine. Like any passion or pastime, one develops favorite spots that draw you back again and again. It seems no matter how much something may seem familiar, and how many times you walk a path, there is always something you see that was previously unnoticed. Once while hiking a dead and burned tree caught my eye, I had seen it many times before without truly taking it in. But this time it not only caught my eye it caught me. There was something so majestic and...