Good morning! Another beautiful sunny day. Here’s is today’s post card du jour. Black and magenta acrylic with a gold ink blot ( ok, acrylic blot). What do you see?
Galatea Fine Art is included in the Boston Globe Magazine’s “Best Of New” article. If you haven’t made it to our new space, come on down and see what the buzz is about. Join us for the opening of Emotion/Imagine on Friday, February 5th from 6-8 pm. See you there!!
Had to work fast to put this one together today. I’m hanging the new show at the Southborough Arts Center at 10am. So, a little tissue paper and a little wax paper were what worked for me. It’s a beautiful sunny day – enjoy it!
Whoa! It is sooooo cold and windy outside. A good day to stay inside and make art. Today’s postcard was put together by just tearing and pasting. It was an old image on a piece of interesting paper that was given to me by my Mother in-law. Hope you like it!
I had a dream last night and in my dream was a postcard. This is the postcard I saw in my dream. I don’t know the significance, if there is any, but I felt I had to make it.
Back to paint. It felt good putting on the base coat for this one. I felt like I was “icing” the postcard as I put on the paint with my palette knife.
This felt hard today. As I looked at my table I felt like I had done everything I was considering doing. Which, of course, is crazy. There are endless possibilities. The tricky part is that I challenge myself to use the materials immediately at hand on my table. That can be limiting. Anyway, why a goat on this one? Good question! He just seemed right for the card…