Waiting Brushes (acrylic on canvas)
“ Life is a great big canvas….
and you should throw all the paint you can on it!”
Hello darlings…so another week is coming to a close. I hope all of you had a happy and productive one. :) Mine has been a good one, but I dare say another toad’s wild ride. At least I am crossing off my list. I confess, I have been procrastinating…not due to laziness, but just a little hesitant and prolonging decisions.
One thing on the list was meeting with a new print maker. I had to make about three trips across the river (which means city traffic and high bridges..yikes). One return trip was due to my forgetfulness, because I forgot to sign one of my pieces. :( Anyway, I’m not complaining, because I am happy to say the prints are in process! I am so excited about the quality! Remember I told you I love Stephanie, my framer…well now I love Ron, my printer too! I can’t wait to show you the prints. :)
I still have things to cross off this particular list, but at least I am finally in the right mode! So here’s a coffee toast to crossing off lists (no wine until evening for me). Speaking of lists…that brings me to the this piece and the quote.
Waiting paint brushes and a tin box (see reminder note about magic boxes at the bottom). Paint brushes patiently waiting for the artist…I often say I am a blank canvas. I can’t begin to tell you how many life canvases I have painted….let’s just say numerous! If you only knew..my sweet friends. eh, eh, eh!
Have you ever thought of yourself that way..as a blank canvas? If not..why not??? Not only are you a blank canvas dear hearts..you are the “soul” artist…no one else. So pick up those waiting brushes and dip into your pallet of choice.
I so agree with guru, Danny Kaye….Life is a great big canvas…..’tis all up to you…just start painting!!!
Until later then…ta, ta! :)
I can’t help myself, I am madly in love with life,
I am a blank canvas,
Reminder Note: Remember the Magic Box post!