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Art for the soul

by Soullounge_Art , August 28, 2014—12:00 AM

Most of my work is abstract and very colourful. Colours are a way for me to express my mood and emotions. I put my life experience, my love and pain, the impressions from travelling on this planet, my daily business, my boredom, my laughter, myself in my art

Writing from life

by rogerburnett , August 25, 2014—12:00 AM

Just as I paint from life in order to capture the transient moments of life, I find that poetry is most effective when scribbled down in the heat of the moment. The following lines refer to an emotional reunion. They were text to me, rather than scribbled, by Jessica Bellevue, my model and poetic muse

July Afternoon, Hadley, MA

by Ellen , July 23, 2014—12:00 AM

It was a beautiful warm summer day and perfect to go do some Plein Air painting up in Hadley, MA. I've done several paintings in this area as I love the view of the Holyoke Range to the south. The atmospheric perspective is quite beautiful and really shows up in this terrain on a hot day

It's about the Freckles: Deciding the Focus of Your Painting

by Caroline , July 9, 2014—12:00 AM

This is actually version two of my tiger lily painting. When we came across the particular patch of wild flowers from which this one was taken, the mass of color was almost overwhelming

Afternon Shadows

by maryexline , June 19, 2014—12:00 AM

"Afternoon Shadows" is part of a body of work created for the painting challenge called "30 By 30." A painting was to be done each day for 30 days. All paintings were 6" _ 6" on gessoed boards. When the time was up, then the paintings were hung at the Workhouse Arts Center in Lorton, VA

AFRICA

by Ravn , June 7, 2014—12:00 AM

The other day I published the first images in my Africa Gallery. It was special. It reminded me of special times in Kenya and Tanzania. In our two safaris we were thrilled beyond our expectations with the countries, their people, and most of all--their many beautiful animals

If only...

by rogerburnett , June 5, 2014—08:44 PM

Today's painting dates from earlier in the year: a languid afternoon and a painting of Jessica sleeping. If only we could return for a while to those halcyon days of painting and bathing. But with an exhibition looming ahead there is no longer time

Dylan Thomas's Boathouse, Laugharne

by sweaverwales , May 29, 2014—12:00 AM

It's the hour before dawn. The village is silent. Everything is still. There's a hint of light in the sky across the estuary. I can make out the odd shapes of some boats just visible above the river bank, waiting for the tide. There's a chill in the air. I take the footpath out of the village, following the curve of the estuary

Not For Sale: Why some works are unattainable & some may be negotiable

by Caroline , May 13, 2014—12:00 AM

This painting is not for sale. There was a time when I would have said, "All of my paintings are for sale, you just have to offer me enough money. I can always paint another that I will be equally pleased with." I began my description of this painting "A man walks on the beach with surf rolling behind him, lost in thought

Fuschias

by horsfig , May 11, 2014—12:00 AM

This took about 60 hours to paint. I used Gouache for a change instead of watercolours

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  • It's about the Freckles: Deciding the Focus of Your Painting
  • Afternon Shadows
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  • If only...
  • Dylan Thomas's Boathouse, Laugharne
  • Not For Sale: Why some works are unattainable & some may be negotiable
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Minds Island Receives 2013 Best of Indian Orchard Award Indian Orchard Award Program Honors the Achievement INDIAN ORCHARD July 23, 2013 -- Minds Island has been selected for the 2013 Best of Indian Orchard Award in the Art Galleries & Dealers category by the Indian Orchard Award Program. Each year, the Indian Orchard Award Program identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and our community. These exceptional companies help make the Indian Orchard area a great place to live, work and play. Various sources of information were gathered and analyzed to choose the winners in each category. The 2013 Indian Orchard Award Program focuses on quality, not quantity. Winners are determined based on the information gathered both internally by the Indian Orchard Award Program and data provided by third parties. About Indian Orchard Award Program The Indian Orchard Award Program is an annual awards program honoring the achievements and accomplishments of local businesses throughout the Indian Orchard area. Recognition is given to those companies that have shown the ability to use their best practices and implemented programs to generate competitive advantages and long-term value. The Indian Orchard Award Program was established to recognize the best of local businesses in our community. Our organization works exclusively with local business owners, trade groups, professional associations and other business advertising and marketing groups. Our mission is to recognize the small business community's contributions to the U.S. economy. SOURCE: Indian Orchard Award Program CONTACT: Indian Orchard Award Program Email: PublicRelations@awardprogram.org URL: http://www.awardprogram.org

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