GLADDENING OF THE HEART. 10 x 10″ on wood. (SOLD).
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To keep creative, I always need to follow whatever it is that is inspiring me. And, sometimes, that means painting what comes easiest.
For this owl, I started out trying hard to paint something different. That just made me hate the creative process, so no matter what I put down on the canvas, it felt overworked and forced.
Then I went back to painting what I love… owls.
And that’s when I started having fun again and things began to fall into place.
This painting started with lots of drips and splatters of paint pens and inks.
Then I layered on some acrylics and defined it all with stabilo pencil.
I titled this painting as a reminder to make feeling joyful a priority, knowing that in following my bliss, I am more aware and awakened to new things that lead to a GLADDENING OF THE HEART.
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This owl is similar to what we paint in my How To Paint An Owl 2, where I break down all of the steps to creating whimsical owls.