Primitive landscapes are a beautiful way of sharing the world through art. And for me of late, they have been a fun way to combine my enjoyment of painting abstractly with painting landscapes. It was a surprise to me that when I viewed a movie memoir about a primitive landscape artist in the early 1900's that I became so intrigued by what she was doing. Her work, though realistic, was sharing her world with joy. That appealed to me greatly. I wanted to try melding it with abstraction.
I followed the first painting with the second,a few weeks ago. It is a 12x12 which includes some collage along with acrylic paint.
I am working on gathering my thoughts to write down as to what makes a primitive painting really work. If I decide to continue in this direction of painting I want to become more intentional about how the paintings are developed. The images here are incomplete works which I am hoping will help me put my ideas together. Hopefully, they will be completed in the month to come. I'll keep you posted.
12/17/2017 01:10:18 am
The landscape paintings are all so irresistible. I really admire it all. All of it is captivating the life outside the city. I appreciate it. I hope that more artists would be encouraged to portray the beauty of Mother Earth. We have to possess that care in our environment. I believe that through petting, we can move people's heart to make a difference in their family, in their community, in their country and to the world. By doing these, awareness will prevail and so Mother Earth will be saved. I am really glad and thankful. Continue making a difference. I am really fascinated and overwhelmed.
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