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Fly Free from Normal: Painting #61!

Artists for A Pristine PlanetSOLD. Fly Free from Normal: Painting #60!

Isn’t it amazing how normal we’re expected to act?

There isn’t an average human being on the planet, yet we are measured by this norm and that norm all the time!

Isn’t it Time we all flew free of trying to play small and normal and safe, and took on Artists for A Pristine Planetour grand, powerful, lovely huge selves?

What potential we all have!

Yet how many people go to the grave with theirs?

That beautiful Potential, buried at age 5, never to come out again – sad, unfulfilled, unblossomed.

What are you doing in your life to bring out, nurture and let your own beautiful potential blossom?

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Red Night: Painting #48

Artists for A Pristine PlanetRed Night: Painting #48.

What happens when you hate what you painted and start to paint over it? Sometimes it gets better than it was in the first place.

That’s what happened today. I felt like a mush head all day – by Friday, if I’ve been going over my limit of an hour or an hour and a half for a painting – like I have this week! – I end up exhausted.

I started to paint a rag-tag combo of Rousseau-like elements, and got about half done and hated it.

Artists for A Pristine PlanetSo I painted it yellow, and then a coat of magenta…and all of a sudden, the mood shifted…it was sweet…and I liked it!

So I added a few more elements and presto, it was done! I like it much better than the painting I had planned, too!

Here’s what the pillow looks like, and the painting is shown here in a frame for illustration purposes only – frame NOT included.

This one was painted in acrylics on heavy watercolor paper mounted on a 12″ x 9″ canvas.

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You Are the Light of My Life: Painting #50!

Artists for A Pristine PlanetSOLD. You Are the Light of My Life: Painting #50!

Ever been out on one of those full-moon nights where everything just kind of glowed?

In Hawaii, we have lots of nights like that. And I just happen to have a garden where I can go sit and enjoy those nights – lucky me! Here – I’ll share it with you!

I hope you have taken the plastic bull by the horn and stopped buying bottled drinking water by now. And I hope you’re starting to use cloth carry bags for groceries! Thanks – you are really helping when you just do those 2 things.

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I even got myself one!

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Painting #28: Where Did We Come From and Where Are We Going?

Artists for A Pristine PlanetWhere Did We Come From and Where Are We Going? Painting #28.

I guess I kinda got caught by the boat metaphor doing yesterday’s The Future Is A Mystery.

I kept thinking of that saying, “We’re All One,” and thought if we’re all One, then there is no separation between us, our realities or anything in them.

So I ask myself, what is important? Not the Journey itself, but how we live it.

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Painting #26: Raven Holds Me When I Weep

Artists for A Pristine PlanetPainting #26: TITLE: Raven Holds Me When I Weep

This image as a take-off from a painting I did in the late 90s.

I was in Santa Fe, New Mexico, living in my car with my dog (in the dead of winter at 7000 feet).

I was freezing my patooties off, and yet I had this dream where, no matter how miserable I felt, how broke I was, how cold I was, Raven was there to hold and comfort me.

And not only that, but the love Raven had for me radiated out and out and out into the entire cosmos. I had this dream many times that winter, even after I had found a studio to live in. I felt very blessed.

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Painting #20: Blue Moon Dreams

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SOLD. Painting #20: TITLE: Blue Moon Dreams. I found the photo that inspired this image in a tiny clipping in a newspaper about 3 years ago that I kept hanging onto because I just loved her face – so serene and soft. It reminds me of seeing really good hula dancers in the thrall of the dance – their hands vibrate and you can see they’re in a whole nother place.

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Painting #12: Moonlight

Artists for A Pristine PlanetPainting #12: TITLE: Moonlight.

One night recently the moon was full as a pumpkin, and I went down to the bench overlooking the canal near my house to just sit and look.

There’s a family of ducks who live nearby, and as I came closer, they up and swam off. This is the effect of their sassy departure. I sure like how it came out (look closely at the left side, as the dark blues are very dark and hard to see unless you look at the enlarged image).

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