The wall art prints I wanted to feature this week is a series I just added to my Architecture Gallery. It’s of covered bridges in Oregon that I created using a soft watercolor technique. I have featured these bridges in prior posts, Sepia Prints, Covered Bridges Oregon Style and Covered Bridge Featured Art Print. They all stem from a March 2013 photo shoot of covered bridges in the south and central portions of Oregon. I love the look of covered bridges and the variety of ways in which they can be presented. It took me until last month to create a soft watercolor look using the captures from the photo shoot as an inspiration.
I have been experimenting with a new style of art today. I am drawing words that I find inspirational and enjoy looking at. Then I am mixing them with my Artwork.
The process is similar to the other work that I was doing. I start with a Design I have created and then I layer the word that I have sketched. I remove the letters to show the design underneath.
Today’s image is Joy and I hope that it brings a little Joy to your day 🙂
Imagine what it feels like to be totally free of anything holding you back. The limitless joy of being. Not any one thing, just being. How many times in your life have you experienced this state of exceptional bliss? Has it been once or twice or anytime at all?
I am attempting to express my freedom here in this picture. It took me 42 years to understand what it felt like to be free. Truly free both in my mind and my body. I have experienced a wide range of situations and emotions that made me feel less than free. The journey I am on brought me to a place where I realized that I was choosing for myself what my freedom would feel like. It also brought me to a place where I am finding a fusion of healing and art. I incorporate my…
Getting in touch with nature. A portrait view looking up south St Vrain Creek in the south St Vrain Canyon west of Lyons, highway 7 goes up past Raymond and Allenspark. One of the most beautiful canyons in Boulder County Colorado that leads up to Peak to Peak Highway and Rocky Mountain National Park. If you like to fish this view is for you!