Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Confession: Journal Page

More work in my BIG Moleskine. I did a version of this before in another big journal but the pages ended up being too thin and started falling apart. :(  This time it was more therapeutic just to work the paint with my fingers. LOVE to do that; smoosh the paint around and let my mind wander. :)  The title comes from my favorite quote by Camus: "A work of art is a confession."  This is how my mind has been lately: full of jumbled thoughts going everywhere... So I thought I'd just throw them all down on a page.

More painting is in the works. If you notice the sidebar I added a new button called Paint Party Friday. It's a new blog. Check it out. Starts this Friday. Everyone is free to join in the fun. I found out about it through the awesome Victoria's blog. Folks will be adding their paintings and linking to their blogs. I'm working on my first painting for that. We'll see how it goes! 


Anonymous said...

Oh Puck,I see much passion in this piece...beautiful.

Lori Saul said...

Fun, uninhibited color and design and so full of spirit Pam!

Kiki aka Victoria said...

Pam...such a beautiful piece..there is such a strong presence emanating from it...very alive..and also a sense of journeying for me..i feel like i am being swept away into it..and moving into new layers of my self and spirit..a beautiful moving piece..i love it Pam..very multi-sensory..gorgeous!

and oh my!!..thank you for the generous mention of my are a shining star..hugs and sparkles my kindred friend!

Looking forward to the paint party ..should be fun!

Pam Tucker said...

David: Thank you! I can always count on you to pick up on my moods in my art. :)

Thank you, Lori. I did let it all loose with this one. ;)

Victoria: Oh, thank you SO much! I really appreciate your comments.

And I DO love your blogs. So much inspiration and beauty to be found there! I'm so glad I found you! :)

See you Friday at the Paint Party!

styleforlife said...

Really beautiful work!
xxxx to you- Emily of EL Vintage

Bill said...

Your thoughts have such exciting colors! I would expect nothing less. :O)

I just posted a multi-media painting I did on my blog. It's torture for me to work on anything except digital, but I did it! That makes me very happy.

Pam Tucker said...

Bill: Aww, thank you. ;) I think it's great that you're stepping outside your comfort zone! I've already left you a comment on your blog.

Pam Tucker said...

Emily: Thank you for the kind words and for your visit! LOVE your blog!! Such cool finds... ooh, I'm a fan already! ;)

Pat Tillett said...

Very nice! I really like your choice of colors in everything I've seen here! I admire your talent!

Leina said...

Beautiful paint. I begin paint too but it is more difficult than digital. Continue!

Pam Tucker said...

Pat: Thank you SO much! :) Your comments always make me happy!!

I'm still holding you, your wife and her family in my thoughts. BIG HUG to you all!

Leina: Hello! Thank you for your comment! Yes, painting is quite different than the digital version! Both have their challenges, don't they? I appreciate your encouragement!! :)

Martin (starwatcher521) said...

happy to be a part of
the million facets of being
a colour-splashing sea
woven by passion, driven
by forces of vital energy
submitted to the Cross
marking the transit point
in the circle of life

You did it again - wow!

Kiki aka Victoria said...

Hi again Pam..just wanted to say thankyou again for your super thoughtful comments and visit..they light up my heart and spirit..thankyou! See you tomorrow at the party!
happy wkd!

Pam Tucker said...

Martin! OH, Thank YOU for your beautiful words! They are AWESOME and bring me such happiness! :) Truly, they warm my heart... Thank you, thank you!

Pam Tucker said...

Aww, Victoria--You are so welcome! The feeling is mutual, believe me! Yes, I will definitely see you tomorrow at the Paint Party! Looking forward to it!
Big Hug!!