A change of perspective

Every now and then you have to change your perspective on life and art.  In the past I’ve spent a lot of time painting large and thoroughly enjoy the loose expressionist style enabled by large format paintings… but then I found these really adorable tiny canvases.  They’re one inch by one inch.  In discussions with my mom, a fellow artist, she how a change in perspective can help one’s work.  I thought why not, they have these mini canvases on sale and they’re super cute… I loved it! They are so much fun to make and I’d encourage anyone to give miniatures a shot. Just get a small brush. I think that with a small brush you can still achieve an impressionistic style and a loose look but just tiny.

here’s a wee photo of my work:

2 Responses to “A change of perspective”

  1. Cameron Says:

    And cute little easels as well!

  2. janie/ Says:

    WHD!!!![Well Heck Dang!!!!!]
    I just found out you were LEAVING!!!!Ru just told me you were moving….NOOOOOOOO!!!!SHE”S MY ONLY FRIEND!!!! Or at least one of the few who has spoke to me more than once ANNNND,you hailed us into your street Gallery!!Especially since left to my own ways[NO ‘FENSE],I’m not sure I coulda or woulda recognized you[Brain damage&obviously not too good w/details].I was totally jazzed at my future jaunts[JEEZE,I have turned into an old fart].How ’bout I was like TOTALLY DOWN with being able just to go up the hill harass my SHERO,interrupt her creative GROOVE,oh crap,you ain’t going cause the 2 crazy ladies R so close???
    No worries little missy,I’llfind YOU!!! O yeah u gave your new address! New Beginnings!!!eeeeHaaaaa!!Best of luck to you!!!You’ll do well,no matter…no doubt…later, Dudelett Janie@Artspace

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