Friday, September 14, 2012

Untangled narratives!


I painted green and purple on two pieces of newspaper. 

The words ‘tangled narratives’ got stuck in my head after reading it somewhere.


As I was painting, I noticed that the newspaper I was painting on had the words

 ‘float like a butterfly’.


Therefore, a combination of the two has become my journal page today.

Soon the mind, like a butterfly drifted 
and here I have the result for you…

 Few lines inspired by my golden butterfly.

 My sleep vacated eyes

Fall on the green painting

On my golden butterfly

That floats free above

 Purple tangled narratives.

My thoughts

Flit across

Through the heavy umber

Onto the silk of your shoulders

And the gold in your

Cinnamon voice

When you loved me

Long, long ago.



Float like a butterfly through the tangled narratives of life.

I painted on old newspaper.



A card I'm making.


This is a work I was doing today…a card for a recently married girl. I have to add a few more details…thinking of adding 3D pearl drops and silver ribbons. Hope you all like it.

This is the first time I have painted a card with the purpose of giving it away! I sincerely hope she likes it!

Who knows? Maybe I will get requests for more! That would give me chance to do something I enjoy and perhaps sell a few. Big dreams!  ;-)


Linking up with awesome artists on 
PPF
Creative Every Day   
 Art Journal Everyday
Sunday Sketches
Please do visit all of them! I'm off now to look at the art for the week! 

Have a happy week!


23 comments:

  1. You can paint with words as well as paint. Lovely! I am certain she will love the card.

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  2. Loving your beautiful rose card and am sure she will as well. Happy PPF, Annette x

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  3. love how you were inspired to create in two different directions-the freedom of your page and the elegance of the rose card!

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  4. What wonderfully expressive paintings!
    So much rhythm and movement!

    ♥♥♥
    Happy PPF!!
    Mary
    Mixed-Media Map Art

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  5. The roses are my weakness.... beautiful. Saludos

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  6. that is a great week's work... love both the page and that card... I am sure she will treasure the card...xx

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  7. How wonderful that you painted this on old newspaper, Za faran!! Your writing is as beautiful as your painting. And the card - awesome... your flowers are lovely! xox

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  8. Beautiful writing and painting. Thanks for visiting my blog, too! Kind regards from Germany, Valerie

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  9. Love the poem and colorful artwork!! She will the love that beautiful card!! Good job!

    Hugs Giggles

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  10. both words and art are a joy to see.

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  11. You're both a talented artist and writer. Blessings!

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  12. Both the journal page and the card are so pretty... And such different styles. I'm sure your friend will love the card.

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    1. Yes, I realized I can draw in a different style when I 'let go' and more controlled manner too! I love the freedom of drawing from my intuition...just letting the page kind of draw itself!

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  13. Wonderful creations ~ two very different styles but each are great ~ (A Creative Harbor)

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    1. Thank you, Carol! Different styles, true...:-)

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  14. Beautiful work...love all of your colorful creations!

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  15. Your roses are so well done...words touch me!

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  16. The journal is marvelous, loving the poem. The card is perfect. Love roses. Blessings, Janet PPF

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  17. Thank you so much, everyone who found time to visit me! Your comments are really awesome and go a long way in encouraging me! Yes, she loved the card and is thinking of framing it! I feel great about it!

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  18. Your artwork is very beautiful. LOVE both of the paintings. My apologies for the late response.

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