Reflections (Reprise, on wrapped canvas)

I hope everyone is enjoying a relaxing weekend. I wanted to share with you the cotton canvas version of an earlier post, “Reflections”, which was done on canvas paper. This one is acrylic on 4 x 6″ wrapped cotton canvas.


For the month of May, I’m planning to join my very talented and versatile artist friend Margaret Parker Brown at Yuba Gold in posting a painting every day.   Not sure if time will allow each day, may have to set an alarm for 5:30 each morning to make this happen!   Looking forward to the challenge.   My goal for this month is to work larger, and to eventually paint something realistic in acrylics.   We’ll see what happens.  Peace & paint puddles to people from pole to pole!

35 thoughts on “Reflections (Reprise, on wrapped canvas)

  1. Another beauty! I think I see an eye peeking through one pane and a mouth through another. I love the light of the yellow and white. Can’t wait for your daily art!!! YIPPEEE!!

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    1. That’s so cool, Jodi! Totally unplanned but I love that you’re seeing things inside. You should have the title of Chief Cheerleader, girl. You have just cheered me on from the start. I’m forever grateful to you! And thanks for the continual boosts and wonderful words! 💛💜💛

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    1. So glad to be able to introduce you to someone, Charlie, as you’ve introduced all of us to so many wonderful talented people! I can’t tell you how much it means to me that you’re enjoying my windows. I’m having so much fun with them! Thanks for all the boosts Charlie, you’re the best! 💜💙💜

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  2. beautiful soft mellow butter yellows with those blues and greens… very nice palette.
    Your paintings Still look much larger, Laura, than 4×6 inches, that is for sure. it is a difficult task to make a very small painting Appear as if it was much bigger!!

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    1. Thanks so much, Debi! I take all my photos very close up and then crop the image so only the painting shows. Not sure if that’s why? I normally save my images to a smaller pixel or resolution but I forgot with this one. I still think people are stealing them, honestly because I get “referrer” links from file sharing sites that don’t let me in. Ticks me off but I’m not going to watermark images. I should save them much smaller though. Anyway not to digress. Thanks so much, as always, for your comments, Debi! I hope I can meet my goal of painting daily next month! 💜💜💜

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      1. yes, web people. they will, take images.
        and use them. its The Problem with the web. once our stuff in online…. it is out there.
        and people will copy/plagiarize thinking its “ok” to copy ART, but not music, or a novel, or a medical breakthrough.
        a creation, is a creation. period. imo

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    1. Thank you so much! I really appreciate you stopping by and letting me know that. I so enjoy painting abstractly. I find that, for me, it is a way to translate my feelings directly to paper/canvas without anything getting in the way. Again, thank you for your kind comment. It means more than you know.


      1. Lately I have been staying up until between 11 p.m.and 1 a.m. and getting up by 6! My daughter only has 4 more weeks of school so then I can relax when I don’t have to get up to drive her to town for classes four days a week! 🙂 I’m looking forward to school being out.

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