Latest New Artwork

I took the photos of these two pieces while the paint was still wet, and was especially concentrating on not concentrating nor worrying about their outcome as I started the painting process. I started these paintings as part of fun exercises with Flora Bowley’s latest e-course, Bloom True – I am sure there is still space for her next e-course starting this Spring at http://braveintuitiveyou.com/.  I learned of Flora’s e-course through an Art of Surface Design Course by Rachael Taylor and Beth.

For those of you new to e-courses, they are not without effort in making time to get the most out of the classes. And if you are in the position to really work, and your heart is in the right place to learn, you will gain much more than ever anticipated. I greatly recommend all the people I have mentioned in this particular post.

I learned about Rachael Taylor through Tara Gentile and Scoutiegirl.com  - two sites that as an artist of any medium, I highly suggest one follow to learn more and to encourage more of yourself in creating more art and a more successful version of yourself – and better yet, a more authentic version of yourself. Period.

 

Feel free to click on any image to see it larger…

This first painting is titled, ‘Healing Heart’

Healing Heart  - Painting by Leah Quinn

Healing Heart - Painting by Leah Quinn

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

While this Second one is called ‘Golden Steps’

Healing Heart  - Painting by Leah Quinn

Golden Steps Painting by Leah Quinn, Hudson Valley New York Artist

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This one below is titled ‘Magical Forest’

Magical Forest by Leah Quinn

Magical Forest by Leah Quinn

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

And lastly here’s one I did using a photograph I took the night after the large 2011 Storm Irena… the sunset was gorgeous as was the night – how often does that happen after a hard storm: It’s titled ‘Starless Night Over Newburgh on the Hudson River’ – my adage to Van Gough  – I experimented by using string circled up and thrown into the paint to make the ‘swirls’ in the sky. With the left over paint, which I do often enough, I made another painting – the one you see above titled, ‘Magical Forest’. I also used the end of my painting brush and fingers to create ‘Magical Forest’ – it was a lot of fun going ‘out’ on a limb quite literally and allowing one to simply paint for painting’s sake.

Starless Night Over Newburgh on the Hudson River by Leah Quinn, Hudson Valley Artist

Starless Night Over Newburgh on the Hudson River by Leah Quinn, Hudson Valley Artist

 

 

 

So how have you’ve been ‘arting’ – now don’t say that three times fast – else it’s going to be funnier sounding than expected – but at the very least-  you will let out some air, and release what you have been holding onto for far too long – let me know, I would love to hear about it!

Namaste,

Leah Quinn