Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Intuitive Painting, just about done...

Since this is the first time I have done one of these style of paintings I am not actually sure when I will know it is done. That said, it feels like it is just about there. I do a little on it now and then and after a doodling session yesterday I think I might be just about finished. I will just prop it up and look at it a while more until it tells me it is done for sure. HERE is the post for when I started it and here it is now:

First intuitive painting

I think I am getting tired of working on this one too and want to move on to more. That might be the deciding factor to deciding if it done or not!

So since I started I have found a few other people who do this style of painting too and have been devouring their blogs, You Tube videos and Flickr pages for ideas and techniques. The people I have found so far are Flora Bowley, Tracy Verdugo, Connie Hozvicka, Michelle Fauss, and Justine Aldersey-Williams. I would love to know of more, so if you know of anyone else doing this kind of "intuitive" or "fearless" painting, please let me know in the comments! Thanks!


  1. This looks pretty cool. I like the colors and the small spirals here and there. Certainly *looks* intuitive...

    1. It is such a new process for me I am not actually sure what it means to be intuitive about painting but I guess that comes with doing more? LOL I want to do some really big ones like the people I listed above... but not sure where I would a) paint it and b) keep it! Thanks for coming by!

  2. This is pretty amazing with the foregrounds and backgrounds, there's beautiful interplay of colours and designs here.

    1. Thanks Sheila. Yes the more I look at them the more I love this process. Planning to do many more this summer to just play with the technique! Thanks for the visit!


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