Shoot it, Sketch it: Going with the flow July 1, 2013March 26, 2014 | Anna Cull Flow – acrylic on canvas, 505 x 405 mm, 2013. To see the photograph that inspired the painting and the poem, visit last week’s post. Share this:Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
10 thoughts on “Shoot it, Sketch it: Going with the flow”
Great words and imagery. Enjoy the ride! 🙂
Thanks : ) As for the ride… so far, so good…
You could end up all at sea? But no, seriously – lovely painting and poem! Don’t want to burst your bubble. I am delighted to see what you have been doing since you rediscovered your latent talents. Thanks for sharing through your blog.
I’m really glad you like the painting and the poem — after all, we did ‘discover’ the spring together (how many years ago? don’t ask!), xxx
It would be 1991 or early 1992 that we literally stumbled across that mystical spot while exploring an abandoned reserve of native bush.
I’m really taken by your painting. It’s fabulous. You can tell that I’m not an artist because I can’t verbalize why I like it 🙂
Thanks. I painted it and I can’t tell you why I like it either! Maybe it’s the combination of colours… maybe it’s the swirly lines — I really don’t think it matters why. I’m just glad you like it : )
The painting immediately brought Van Gogh to mind! I think because it conveys the emotion – in your case the emotion of going with the flow. 🙂
Thank you! This painting was a bit of a departure from what I usually do… I really appreciate your encouragement (and the compliment).