Advice from a Lake.
Make positive ripples.
Look beneath the surface.
Don’t be shallow.
Cast away troubles.
Take time to reflect.
Cheers & Hugs,
*compilation of thoughts from Pinterest – authors unknown
Photo taken 05/21/17 Lake Arthur, Moraine State Park, PA – First Spring boat ride of the season
Abstract Wind in Acrylic – 6×6
Wisdom in the Wind
Wherever you go…
carry seeds that spread and plant joy and beauty.
Recognize that some seasons call for soft and gentle whispers…
while others call us to blow strong and loud and bold.
And the same breath that creates a cool and gentle breeze
can also fuel a fire.
Realize that adjusting your sails
will allow you to sail smoothly and dance freely.
And when you aren’t sure what the question is,
consider that the answer just might be blowing in the wind.
This is my third and final in the series of Lessons from Nature.
It follows Reflections from the River, and Truths from the Tree.
The “art” above is my first attempt with Acrylic Paints after about a year of watercolor adventures. I am still learning to master watercolor, and it is still my first love, but I’ve been itching to try Acrylic after seeing so much beauty created by other artist friends and the encouragement of Laura at CreateArtEveryday. For this piece, I simply wanted to feel the paint and see how it moved, so I decided to create “Wind.” It is done on a 6×6″ Aquaboard, and the beauty of that is, I can just wash it off and create something else over it. I must admit, it was fun to be able to “over”work with acrylic paint and even add white!
Cheers & Hugs,