Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Ink paintings

Monday and the sun slightly peeking it's way through the clouds and I have a smile on my face. I been waiting for the sun for a while. I need sunlight! I been quite blue these past few days with two many questions swimming in my head. Asking myself what am I doing wrong? When really,  I should be asking MYSELF what can I do better when it comes to my life as an artist. So I'm trying not to get so sad about it. I want to cry but I won't, I want to scream but I won't and want to curl up like a child but I won't either. I need to have faith be strong for me. And continue what I'm doing creating. Life isn't all that bad, it can be complicated but pretty much is simple. So I must take one day at a time and continue to paint and work harder. Anyways, I don't want to bore you death, so Here I painted another piece in brown ink.
Trust myself and have faith

Another piece
 Don't be afraid to fly my child


  1. They really are lovely. I like 'Don't be afraid to fly my child' the most. Your work is so inspiring....chin up and get that boyfriend George to stick his finger up your nose!

  2. Beautiful work - I find them soooo fascinating...just so much to look at it and it's amazing how you vary some values and you've got such drama using the ink...lovely lovely lovely!

  3. I'm sooooo glad that you came to my blog--because now I've discovered your wonderful art--Thank You!!

  4. I really like this ink painting. It is very fascinating amiga. Have a great Wednesday.

  5. Don't be sad Magaly, you are a great artist!!!
    These ink paintings are really beautiful!
    Your spanish is so good :) Besos y abrazos!!!!

  6. Oh I love these newest paintings...especially "Dont be afraid to fly my child" (is it for sale???)

    Hope you are feeling more positive and happy. Your art is wonderful, you arent doing anything wrong.

    Jacky xox


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