ABOUT THE ART
Myth and Magic
Drawing inspiration from the natural world, from mythology, and our best guesses of ancient religions and cultures, I seek to capture the myth and magic that lives in the imagination.
Working in a variety of media, I hope that my art is not just pleasing to the eye, but brings out the inner child - their hopes, their fears and their wonder.
I believe there is still magic in the world. If we but seek it.
It has been a while since I've blogged. I apologize if anyone was waiting on an update. I've been a little blindsided by a sudden and urgent need to move house, which I'm trying to get done by the beginning of October. I have not been doing much art at all. Instead I've been sorting and packing. It's slow going, mostly because I hate moving, and I'm not particularly trying very hard to pack everything away.
I did manage to get away to the lake for a few days shortly after the shock of the moving news, and it was a good thing. I did manage to work on a new oil painting there, but I'm far from finished, so I won't be posting pics just yet.
It is my fervent hope that I'll be able to finish that painting as well as my planned October piece once I'm moved and settled. That way, I'll not be any paintings behind in my twelve month challenge, even if I didn't technically complete a painting in September