Dream Catcher

FinanceIt may seem like my blog is turning into an art blog, but I promise it’ll die down soon. My inspirational moments come in bursts and then disappears for months at a time. I was trying out a new technique to see how it would turn out. I was curious how it would turn out to layer an object above pastel splashes of paint. 

Dream Catcher – Acrylic & ink on Wood

I’m satisfied with the finished result, but this was definitely not my favourite piece. I uploaded the painting and it was sold to a friend of mine within 15 minutes. Not bad if I do say so myself. 

Today my boss also asked if I wanted to donate a painting to his wife’s charity event, I gladly accepted seeing as it would push me to create more art. Stay tuned for more art…

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One comment

  1. I like the finished/color work, too. And, I can’t say the sale was amazing not knowing the nature/quantity of your friends and internet “business.” What one thinks is fast may be slow to another.

    I know how it is to have seasons of creativity. Every season drives me to create or not create differently. I do most of my writing and crafting when locked in during a cold winter. But, I get bursts of creativity with the autumn/holidays and sometimes at the start of spring.

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