48 x 24 inches
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Absolutely gorgeous – brava! Best of success with your show.
wow – wonderful! wish we could see it in person!
I tried to visualise this at its actual size – amazing! Thanks Trish
Art assists. A bit of wine, too. And the aura of the earth.
Amazing. How long is the exhibition? I live in LA.
The show is from November 10th to January 6th with an opening reception this Saturday from 2 to 4 pm and a talk by the juror of the show Thomas van Stein on Sunday at 1 pm … the gallery is at 855 Linden, Carpinteria. Beautiful area to see and a nice artists community.
Absolutely fabulous. I LOVE it.
Color, definitely, loads of it, wonderful.
I love how you play with the color.
Thank you … (and everyone for posting comments). I have always loved bright colors. I think it may be partly because of my mom – she loved bold colors.
Amazing. Wonderful energy in your use of colors.
Beautiful colorful work! Thanks for stopping by my blog. http://www.segmation.wordpress.com
I love your work. So vivid. It brightened up a very gray day here in Oregon. Thanks for checking out my blog.
I like it..It’s BEAUTIFUL!
Really lovely colours. Beautiful work. Hopefully your show was a success? So sorry about your mom’s passing. A very nice tribute to her by you.
I must say Carp is my favorite town that I’ve been to in Cali! Loved it and wish that I could come see the show! Thanks for liking my post by the way! 🙂
Reblogged this on Flibber tigibbet Abby and commented:
Many different people deal with grief in different ways. Some, like me, write and sing and play music. Others paint……Either way loss is something that connects us to this sometimes difficult human experience. With the knowledge of the loss that we all experience in some way, we gain a sense of unity in that experience. And in that unity, maybe we find an insight to feel something more than just our own pain? Maybe that which connects all of us, can bring comfort in times of loss and grief?
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Looking back through your pieces…I like this one the best! Sorry for the loss of your mother. My mother also passed last year from Cancer. (Hugs)
Two weeks to dry– yow!! And I thought my long underwear took a long time… : )
Lovely. Hope the show has been a great success for you.
Fire and ice…diamonds.
Very energetic, would live to see the original
Your work has a wonderful energy about it. I tweeted your blog from my twitter @cpartists if you are interested. Just a link. I thought others would also enjoy it.
It must be electrifying to see the world through your eyes. I’d give my left lung to do it for just an hour.
Such a beautiful and colorful abstract work of art – congratulations! Thanks for visiting my blog.
wah!!!!!!!!!! what a blog… 🙂
I haven’t done acid in 30 years. Maybe that’s what I need.
Hi Trish! So nice to meet you! Your paintings are gorgeous – re: this particular one, you may have gotten lost for awhile, but clearly you found your way. Visually stunning! And thank you so much for viewing my photo site and liking some recent posts, “The Old Fisherman and the River”, “Colorado”, and “Santa’s Mirror Image”. I’ll be back here soon…
I love this piece! I am sorry for your loss. I, too, processed the death of my mom by painting and drawing.
I love this one the most so far! I love the texture and the overall design and feeling in your work. It is very modern looking and just sensational… I really appreciate your work and just love looking at it…. Thank you for showing me, claudy
I was just reading back my comment and making sure it says what I want to say and notice the word love three times and I guess that says it….I’m in love!
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