lovely textures

These textures of past projects are looking good. It felt good to hold the paper in my hand and sporadically feel a horse or a turtle emerge. I believe I needed to feel curiosity in this moment.

I have to admit, collage work is a lot harder than I thought. I suppose there is a big reason why Eric Carl painted his textures on tissue paper. Tissue is probably a lot easier to cut than 140 Ib. watercolor paper. I just painted all of these lovely colors and they make the perfect animals. I want to demonstrate that our world and everything is beautlfully, colorfully connected.

I can’t believe my week off has come and gone. I do feel a sense of renewal, motivation for lots more projects. I cut up squares of various textures so I could transform them into letters. Wow I love when this happens…

It’s a beautiful day!

Published by Mireya

Mireya is a mixed media artist and author of Wise Trees. She uses vibrant watercolor, acrylic, tempera and fun tools to paint love and curiosity. Her favorite tones are blue. She draws her inspiration from nature. For more about Mireya and her art visit the About Page.