One Word

What’s moving now:: turning old paintings, mine and our childrens’, those big ones that’ve been around for a long while, into smaller ones, compost of sorts.

Started with a big sheet that’s been sitting for a while holding an acrylic painting of big flowers.  Space keeper.  Tore it into four and glued a spontaneously picked picture from magazines onto one.  Then followed the lead of the image with paint, and played until a painting came through.

This is the first and sits on the table, she spoke to me in one word:

Focus.

Flowing with that I’m playing with the others as a One Word creative engagement over winter.  Big paintings into small with no more than one or two collaged images, very immediately selected and leaned into, allowing the chosen elements to lead the way to One Word, visual storytelling or dowsing.

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