Beautiful.. I especially love the last one. And isn't it amazing that there are often seeds of one's later work in the very early stuff? I see your interest in lines in all of these.
Lovely . . . or perhaps you can over-think things.I can smell the water on the dry grass, the sea and sand . . . actually I can smell those things right here at the moment.
So beautiful. I have not yet begun to see that well.
Alive! So alive.
I was in my mid-thirties when I painted these. This post they are of my boy and his neighbour friend.
These are so perfect, as are the young lives they depict. I especially love that the shadow in the last image anticipates the long, lean young man that this sweet little one will become.
what is not necessary to the picture is not therea kind of minimalismI thank Matisse for showing me this
Like your journals now being tucked away for the generations that follow, these are treasure. You are blessed, Judy. Thank you for sharing.Bethany
well you know I think it is so important for us to look back and see where we have been so we know where we are going... the enthusiasm in this is what I feel... blissed out joy...
That must be what I am doing in 2015. So much reflecting going on.I made photo albums for the children for Christmas - am working on one of my dad's life when I visit him.All my journals being re-read and wrapped up. These early paintings.The archives of my career - I'm sorting those.It's all one big art piece in some way, and I'm not going to question it too much.I want to make honest art about the experience of being a mature female who has raised a big family. Because someone needs to.And there is no where else where I can lay it all out.Thanks for all comments. xx
Yes, they are quite alive! Such treasures.
Oh my gosh, love these paintings, so delightful and lively!
Thank you for taking the time to connect. Much appreciated.xx