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Exciting news: the 2022 round of #The100DayProject begins on Sunday, February 13! That gives you about a month to think about what your project might be and get ready to start. Who's doing it this year?

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Honoring MLK and taking action. Both important. #BLM #civilrights ...

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Calm be with you. ...

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My #yearofcolour for 2021 including Buccaneer, Marigold, Smalt Blue, Spindle, Teak, Bazaar, Costa Del Sol, Lochmara, Chathams Blue, Amazon, Java, Brandy, Tia Maria, Purple, Pale Oyster, Sandwisp, Mongoose, Danube, Earls Green, Silver Tree, Sorrell Brown, Thistle Green, Rodeo Dust. Get yours at @yearofcolour ...

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Painting trees and playing with Golden liquid acrylics. #art #artistofinstagram #artist #artistic #artists #artwork #painting #drawing #modernartwork #artlover #contemporaryart #abstractart #abstract #artoftheday #todaysart ...

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Playing with #colors. #painting #acrylics #artistsofinstagram #artoftheday #art ...

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Sharing my Instagram Feed here so you can see my most up-to-date art.

I recently completed The 100 Day Project – creating a piece of art for 100 days. I only skipped a few days. It was a great exercise in discipline and determination.

Love is in the Air

It’s February and our thoughts turn to love. Love doesn’t have to be romance – all hearts and flowers.

Love can be a warm fire, a blanket and a cuppa. Love can be your passion for art and creating.

Love can be your passion for nature. . . so this month think about love from all angles.

Below is a small collage – 4 in. by 4 in. – for my #100DayProject.

Playing with the heart theme…

For my Art Journal online class – called Wanderlust 2021 – I did a two-page spread in blues because I was thinking about where the pandemic has left many people – with broken hearts.

Art Journal pages – collage, paint, iZink glaze, white pens, etc.

Abstraction in Acrylics and Inks

In the before times, I took a class at Grounds for Sculpture on Abstraction. It was really great. 

Wanted to share some photos I took at the Masayuki Koorida: Sculpture exhibit. So cool.

It’s wonderful that Grounds for Sculpture had this on display, as it was the artist’s first major exhibit in the U.S.!