This name kept popping up all over the Blogland lately. Artist named Flora Bowley. I went to check her out. Oh, I like her style. Everyone is taking her live workshops.
Why don't you have an on-line workshop for far away people like me?
Anyway. I was under her impression and got out my biggest canvas so far and started throwing paint at it.
Loved the not thinking.
Loved the faith in everything’s gonna be O.K.
Loved the texture.
Love the process itself.
Than I thought, what am I gonna put on this one?
No, not a whimsy girl.
Let’s go with a crow.
I’m sorry I don’t have a pic but I totally forgot. But believe me it was an outline of a crow. But then I got to thinking and I was all panicky that black bird on red background will associate too closely to nazi symbolism. I was not making that kinda statement.
So I painted a whimsy girl over it. It kind of coincided with the wing and out came an angel. :)
Than I found this abstract painter Peter Dranitsin. So I tried his technique on the angel’s dress.
Now, it clashes with the background.
Oh, let’s paint over it.
Not so much.
This white did not come out as I planned. (second painting on the first photo)
So here she is in all her glory. I might call her "Black angel". I'm still deciding about those blue squares on the left bottom. Canvas size is 50x70 cm. (19,5"x27,5")
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