"Yggdrasill Tears" measures 20" x 20" canvas, acrylic, paper collage, stones, copper leaf and metal rings. I've long been interested in Norse mythology and on this third road (exploration) I found the world tree among paint drips and blotches. Layers later I added the stones and it all seemed to represent my need at times to paint stories. I like this "way" of discovering imagery and will continue down this road for awhile. My compass is almost in the center.
Treffinger Daily is featuring me today on her blog, both my art piece and writing and it all looks wonderful! Her question was: "What meaning does doing art have for you? Why do you show up in your studio or wherever, and pick up your tools day after day?Please stop by and enjoy her blog...you will love seeing her work.
Today is a happy day...Leslie at textures shapes and color has included my comments on her sidebar pertaining to her four questions. Her site is a must see!
On a personal note: My sidebar is featuring the results of my glue gun wreath creation. A tidy shell wreath...I actually like it on the red door and I used blue glass flat marbles to express droplets of water....easy fun!