Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Emotional Colors!

 I been in the house painting away, haven't got the chance to step out. But I think, today is the day to go for a drive cause it is gorgeous out side. I been working loads and I have more paintings to show but for now I leave you with these. These pieces were done in acrylic mix medium on wood panel 7" x 7" the last piece is 10" x 10" also done in this medium. 

I haven't got titles for these pieces yet but do enjoy them!!!

As you know summer is almost over and I'm ready for fall. The past few weeks have been cool and comfortably in my studio creating wonderful pieces. As you can see here I been playing around trying different color scheme. I really want to explore more with color deep color daring colors earthy colors dark colors all intense colors. COLORS that emotionally touch you. I'm going for it and I be back to share them!

Monday, August 23, 2010

Mi corazon My heart!

My heart
This piece is done in ink pigma micron #8 and red acrylic on Vincent Rossini watercolor paper 15" x 21"

Hellooooooooooo, you guys are the greatest! You leave such beautiful inspiring comments. I truly cherish that deeply, deep into my heart! I thank you all! 

Thursday, August 19, 2010

A short story!

The boy who fell in love

Boy likes flowers

Boy likes girl

Boy gives flower to girl

Boy happy
mmmmmmm smell
Girl accepts!

Boy sad, boy looses girl
Flower very angry
girl Aaaaaaaaaaggggghhhh

Flower happy
The End

These are my sketches I created this week fun fun. I love creating wacky stories. I will have others soon for your entertainment!

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Hello, everyone!

These characters are done in acrylic gesso and charcoal on paper 7'' x 7'' on 8'' x 10''

Friday, August 13, 2010

Thank you for your lovely comments on my last post!

This piece is done in acrylic and charcoal as well but on stonehenge paper size of piece is 
14'' x 22''

Called - Telling a story!
Paloma de mil colores Te digo un cuento
Un cuento que solo tu, mi amor existeria
porque eres mi libertad, y con el viento, vuelo y siento que nunca volvere atras.
Paloma mia

This piece is done in acrylic and charcoal on Vincent Rossini cold press 140lb watercolor paper size of piece is 5.5" x 7" 
Always exploring new things!

This piece done in acrylic and charcoal size 6'' x 8''
Beautiful things to see!

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

lovely paintings to share!

This piece is done in pigma micron pen #3 and #8 on Vincent Rossini cold press 140lb watercolor paper 15'' x 16.5''

Our way to the palace

This piece is done in acrylic and charcoal on stonehenge paper 15" x 22"
All the love for my kids!

I don't have kids and I'm working on that. I love children and some day I will have a child to love and read children's books.

Sunday, August 8, 2010

The Dreamer

The Dreamer

My life begins when I paint. Life becomes more interesting when I create a world of my own, full of magic. My conscious mind is aware of the dramatic change that occurs when I day dream. It is not a loss in movement or delirium but a response to a given moment where both my mind and vision create what I desire to see. I can look up in the sky and see a face forming within the clouds or horses running wild. I am driven in the illusion that fulfills the existence of living. I think without it as an artist will be an empty space of pure chaos.

The only way my dreams can come to life is to give voice create what is truly in the heart. There's nothing more beautiful then that, except for all the things that surrounds us making the illusion more exciting and real. We are all children but bigger though complicated as we all appear at times. We seek for happiness, not the happiness of someone loving you even though that emotion that feeling is worth living for. But the happiness I'm talking about, is the kind of happiness that makes you smile when you wake and the one that tucks you in peacefully at night as you fall asleep. Because you know you are truly living your dream, what ever that may be - A poet, the writer, the musician , the doctor, the traveler, the singer, the gardener, the artist, the photographer, and more. To know that means everything! It is then when we can receive and give the kind of love honestly and openly. And we can intimately share it. The sun is brighter, the days are lush with green surroundings, the humming of birds is like music that follows our path. It is all a state of mind. Is what makes every moment worth living for. Let's dink it, smell it, taste it, touch it and bathe in it. So the joy to paint what is truly there in my eyes and heart never stops never ends and if it did, I would be lost. Lost in a mundane routine that says we are not living but busy settling. And that in itself is a destruction a disloyalty of my purpose.

I was once called a wasteful dreamer because I was always dreaming. And that for others meant I was living too far into the future. They did not understand what my day dreaming was about. I was dreaming sharing moments of what could be possible in a world where awful circumstances took place. For me dreaming was a tool to get me where I wanted to be. Dreaming was the only thing that can fade the negative murky air as I walked through the allies where some junkies filled their thirst with heroin. There were moments when I couldn't help myself but feel the gloom take over as I passed by watching . I went home and cried. The death in the man's eyes brought sadness and a memory of a dear friend I once knew. To feel how lost those have become made me realize how important it is to day dream and paint. That motion of feelings that took place simply because I felt it deep into my core. The pinching feeling, blood spurring out of the skin, dark vessels trapped rotting swimming in urine. And then I can hear him, help me help me, I'm dying and I'm scared. I'm lost and I can't feel my life only that the world is living without me. I felt him say that and as impressionable I am, I felt his pain. The end

And so yes, I'm a dreamer!
And dreaming makes my life living well and I like it just fine.

Saturday, August 7, 2010

The beginning!

The beginning of a new adventure!

This piece is done in ink - Pigma micron pen #3 on Vincent Rossini watercolor paper 140lb cold press size of piece 11" x 7"

My life is always an adventure, exploring news things, exploring more about what I can do. I challenge myself each day with something new, something different and unique. By the end the day I created something from deep within. A place I know I can have fun and be myself. 

It is my imaginary world where I can turn playful tricks into whimsical dark creatures.

Monday, August 2, 2010

Come closer!

Titled of piece
 Come closer 
Piece is in acrylic and charcoal mix media on 20" x 20" wood panel

Have a beautiful day!

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