While we love a bright, classic white, our preferred palette has always consisted of high-impact, bold hues
"Some scenes never leave your mind. The way they unfold . . . the power of words and images . . . bold insights . . . knitted together like sinews that hold a weary body in place. Michelle Dim-St. Pierre creates a character - Sharon - whose life threatens to come apart. Yet Sharon doesn't break. Rather, she holds together and comes out much stronger than before. Desperation is one reason. Righteous anger and resolve are two others. In the end, she is triumphant." #review #books
Brave Intuitive Painting - Let Go, Be Bold, Unfold: Techniques for Uncovering Your Own Unique Painting Style by Bowley, Flora S. (2012): Amazon.com: Books
This book review of Thomas Nagel's "Mind and Cosmos" gets at the heart of the issues: "Since neither physics nor Darwinian biology—the concept of evolution—can account for the emergence of a mental world from a physical one, Nagel contends that the mental side of existence must somehow have been present in creation from the very start." Nagel, who confesses to being an atheist at one point, pleads for a new science to explain the unexplained.
Art journaling is a fun and relaxing activity, and I’m trying to loosen up and explore more, going through a new book – Brave Intuitive Painting-Let Go, Be Bold, Unfold!: Techniques for Uncovering Your Own Unique Painting Style (find it on Amazon).