🔹О моих способностях. 🔹У меня иногда получаеться прочитать мысль человека,даже не догадываясь об этом. 🔹У меня бывают вещие сны.
Один из таких был когда я фотографировала пух.
Он осуществился у меня в жизни,конечно в немного другом плане. 🔹Больше у меня ничего сверхъестественного не проявлялось😂
I call myself a self taught artist, but that’s not the whole truth. I was chatting with an artist friend recently about influences, and I want to recognize some living artists that have shaped my work.
This new geode-ish painting was of course influenced by @mrs.colorberry and the amazing geode art movement that she’s started. I look up to @annupton.art for her amazing art journey, and @indigoimpressions and @seabreezeave for their helpful and technical posts about fluid painting. Their videos and discussions are super helpful and I watched them a lot when I was new to this medium. I enjoy following @lovekelseyrae for the humor and honesty in her posts, as well as her lovely beach scenes, and admire @mansimakes for her unfailing kindness and support of other artists in her field.
I’ve always loved the ocean paintings by @bekisart , and enjoyed @gregbenz ’s abstract work, which inspired me to try resin for the first time. I’m inspired by @emily_jeffords for her beautiful landscapes, but also for balancing a full time painting career and three young children - something I’m also trying really hard to do. And finally, I’ll always be grateful to Canadian sculptor @jademaven for buying my painting in a show when I was 13 and inspiring me to be a professional artist.
This is an incomplete list - there are many more. As a former forester, I chose the aspen leaf that I stamp on the back of each piece as a symbol of community. Artists - who do you look up to, and how do they influence your work? .
22”, mixed media on wood