I’ve decided to create blog posts to explain what my work is about and what compelled me to create it. My goal is to bring more meaning, understanding and appreciation for each piece. I also hope it helps ignite curiosity and enthusiasm in you, my reader and viewer.
Not everybody likes the blast of colors and movement that many of my pieces contain, so I had to get even more creative and try to turn up my message and tone down the movement and color scheme. Here is the outcome – two pieces that can be sold together or separately. The artworks are called ‘Do You Love’ and ‘Can You Live’
In ‘Do You Love’, I ask the questions ‘are you doing what you love?’, ‘have you created the lifestyle that brings you love?’ ‘is the love you created enough?’ Over the words LOVE I write words like sang, laughed, tried, seen, read, dreamed, failed, prayed, forgiven smiled, played, and learned. Did you notice these words are in past tense? I want you to look back and contemplate if your life is what you wanted it to be. Can you make it better going forward? What is enough love to you and have you achieved it. I want this piece to serve as a reminder in your home that there is always room to create more love.
This leads into the next piece which is in a similar style and color palate. It’s called ‘Can You Live’. This piece asks how do you live and do you do it with gratitude. This speaks in the present and going forward – be fearlessly authentic, do what you love, forgive, let go, fall in love, work for your dreams, find your path, dare greatly, be weird confidently and one of my favorites, learn to be unfuckwithable. There are lots more in there. Find them and if you don’t already live by these motivational quote, why not? Is it worth it to ‘be kind to yourself’ or ‘make your life better by choice’.
The quotes are not always clear, but they are worth figuring out. I share this with the deepest gratitude for my ability to paint and hopefully inspire. If you are interested in one or both of these pieces please contact me for pricing. Both pieces are 36×24.
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