The second in a series of three trees that I did. They were meant to be hung up side by side as a matching set. Done back in 2008.
Often, I’m very glad when I see ACEO’s go off to someone’s home. It cleans out my space and gives me the urge to paint new ones. This is one I wish I had kept. I still kick myself for not keeping this one. Maybe that means I’ll get inspired to paint a larger piece. We shall see, won’t we?
Trust me on this: if you ever see a piece of art you want, buy it before someone else does. You might regret not having that piece later. There are a couple works by other artists I wish I had. One piece I’m thinking of now was a beautiful gesha painting. The artist, a girl much younger than me, passed away suddenly a couple weeks ago. Very sad. I think about all the art she had within her that is now lost to the world. And, I’m certain the gesha painting is far beyond my grasp now as I’m sure that if she still had it at the time of her death, there is no way that her family is parting with it now. Understandably.
And, if you have art (whatever that is: painting, writing, poetry, cooking, sewing, creating a loving home, taking care of your family, whatever – everyone has something that is an “art” for them) in you, don’t let it remain there. Get it out.
If you don’t think you can, check out last week’s blog for a reminder. Time is the commodity you are given in your life, but you have no idea how much has been doled out to you. Use it wisely. Imagine the possibilities. Then act. How you spend your time and what you give back to those around you is your rent for living. Make sure you give value for having lived.
Looking up and dreaming about everything that’s out there among the stars.
I’d really hate for this to be the only planet with life on it in our whole universe.
Is it any wonder that I write about other worlds?
Happy April Fool’s Day.
I have no joke to play on your today. Instead, you can see another beautiful ACEO. This is the other ACEO I promised you awhile back that was inspired by the PicsArt app.
Rather than pulling pranks on other people, why don’t you check out the ACEO’s I have on auction? It’ll be a much better use of your time, I promise.
This was inspired by a meteor shower I’d seen where there were so many meteorites blazing nearly at once that they were hard to count. Really a spectacular sight.
Look at the big crack in the tree. I wonder what caused it? Do you think it’s hollow inside? What could live in the tree? Oh the questions I have.
While out dreaming one day, I hadn’t realized that it had gotten so late. Maybe I had fallen asleep to take a nap. As the sun started to drop in the sky, I realized how late it had gotten and figured I probably best be making my way back. As I rose, I saw a little fairy coming out of the bushes. Quickly, I made a wish.