It is peaceful inside.
Very merry Christmas
and peaceful outside.
but in many places in this world the weather is dreadful.
24 x 30″ acrylic on stretched canvas art for sale PayPal
with my last paintings I recorded the weather the way we will see it very frequently
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words without words
Blue, pretty blue danger
size: 9×12″ with 2″ mat/acid free paper
size : 17×21″ canvas/acrylic
How sweet it is: pretty pink with flaws
art is like always - for sale inquire at . . . → Read More: colours can hide forwarning
Just about December, this came fast. After a wonderful late, long stretched out sunny summer spell our winter weather is back.
So are we ready to think of Christmas? I will bet that we are not “on course “ this year.
Thanksgiving is gone – Halloween came and went – time is running.
But you . . . → Read More: NOVEMBER
Every year for -at least- – I cannot spell that # – I started around end of October to go into my crafty mode, making Christmas and window decoration out of ordinary straw. A craft I learn in my childhood and sold hundreds of them in the 80th, from then on the world moved . . . → Read More: Stars
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It is raining where I live, so who wants to go shopping in this kind of weather.
Just a few ideas to lift the bad weather spirit – or –
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My pick in 4×4”on acid free water colour . . . → Read More: Shop from home, save carbon points.
When an extra high tide and a big spring storm hit the coast line at the same time -what a spectacle it is.
Every 1500 m or so the groynes( brake-waters) will try to tame the angry temperament of the sea and the waves attack the wooden breaker
I feel more than see . . . → Read More: Taming of the …….Elements
The world in me.
Best results… I get when I paint what I know about.
and of course paint with emotion, paint colour and feelings
on the one hand I would like to keep my work all around me
never sell - rather give them to a friend
(LIFE IS . . . → Read More: Summary
From here to there, the birch tree challenge
The Birch Tree Challenge
posted by Christine Striemer on Saturday Sep 29, 2012
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Birch trees are one of my favorite subjects to paint. The shadow and light of the round trunks give them form. The blisters, lines, and highlights of the bark’s . . . → Read More: From here to there, the birch tree challenge
Here’s a change from still life to not so still. Well, I suppose he’s still in this picture, but he wasn’t when I pointed my camera at him, I can tell you that! I had to practically chase him around the pier. Your challenge this week is to paint either this gull or any . . . → Read More: Bird-brain -challenge – from ” Daily Painter”
I have to start my blog with an explanation why I paint abstract: In my art I always search for something new, not necessarily popular but I do not want to copy nature – nature is too perfect. I make myself free from any form and shape what has been there before and try . . . → Read More: Trumpet Vine and Crocosmia