Painting: Pennies for Your Thoughts

I’m not sure how I feel about my latest painting. As a result I have yet to title it. I know what drove me to paint today, but I don’t know why it was expressed this way.

I’ve never done this before and I don’t know why I haven’t done this when I share my other work with you, but here goes. Take a look at this. What do you think, see, and feel when you see it. What do you see, think, and feel initially? What do you see, think, and feel after you’ve taken a few minutes to study it?

Let me hear it.


8 thoughts on “Painting: Pennies for Your Thoughts

  1. Love it. To me it reminds me of a swirl of emotion. It’s a flood of everything in my head coming to a canvas. But I honestly think it feels like hope and life.

  2. 1st thing I see is the yellow. Happiness, sunshine. A beautiful mess is what it is. The black is minimal, overpowered by all the bright colours. The light is way powerful than darkness….I really love it.

  3. This is going to sound strange probably, but I see a bunch of letters. Like you’ve encrypted some kind of message in there. I also see order. Lots of straight lines. It’s beautiful.

  4. I see breadth and width – the canvas is covered with BIG strokes, and then smaller threads on top. I think that it is representative of the depth in you that you are trying to convey through your writing, contrasted with the smaller threads of your truth that people are exposed to day-to-day. 🙂

  5. “Restlessness” maybe? I don’t see that word as negative by the way, definitely not when describing this painting 🙂 I think it’s beautiful! How big is this one? Do you sell your work?

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