Summer Rain in the Park
As most of you are well aware I have been struggling with an accident. Fortunately it is almost a thing of the past; I am getting back to the old me.
The worst part of this time has been the feeling that I was no longer creative. I binned more paint and artwork than I produced anything of worth.
It was getting me down. As hard as I tried, nothing seemed to work. So can you believe my surprise yesterday? I began to prepare to paint a cocker spaniel for somebody. I did a trial sketch and I was feeling that given time I just might manage it.
That said I was still not full of confidence. Over the weekend I sold a painting, a large one. Yesterday the one I did in the midst of my low period sold. I only put it out to hang a week ago, not believing that anybody would want it.
It has been purchased by a couple who have already purchased from me. They had made a special trip over to see it having seen it on my website.
I was not going to put it there, so I thank all of you who told me that I should. I really do need to trust you.
So today I tackle the dog with a new enthusiasm.
The painting you have seen before. It was painted in acrylic, using mainly my fingers and a knife.
This blog is linked to my other where I use the artwork. Real Prosperity