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Daily Painting: Daily dose of color

Daily Painting: Daily dose of color

Dear reader,

 

This is today’s daily dose of color for me. Even though I’m not painting these days like I did a few months ago, at least I enjoy color, structure, texture and composition!

 

Bye!

Simone Nijboer, Dutch abstract artist, online art teacher, daily painter, creativity accelerator

Daily Painating: Postcard with Dots

Daily Painating: Postcard with Dots

Dear reader,

 

it’s difficult to sustain my painting practice, since I work on my book, but this morning I decided to make another postcard. I love it! Below I post some extra details (next to the detail on top).

bye!

Simone Nijboer, Dutch abstract artist, online art teacher, daily painter, creativity accelerator

Daily Painting: Very busy

Daily Painting: Very busy

Dear reader,

 

Today I made a small painting (a cut out with crayon). The end-result was much too busy, but still I enjoyed the process.

 

Since I’m writing a book right now and have also other responsibilities in my family, I don’t take a lot of time for painting. There is simply not enough time in the day. I’m searching for a way to keep my painting going. Cutting out pieces of old paintings and adding crayon is a very good way to keep in contact with my artistic creativity, but it doesn’t give me the sensory pleasure of playing with paint. Right now I’m searching for a way to keep creating ‘from scratch’ (in stead of from older paintings), that don’t cost too much time. Maybe using watercolor? I don’t know! Question to universe!

 

Bye,

Simone Nijboer, Dutch abstract artist, online art teacher, daily painter, creativity accelerator

Daily Painting: Be Here

Daily Painting: Be Here

Dear reader,

 

Today another small painting – I could rather call it a cut-out: It’s a piece of an old painting (a family member of the other paintings of the last few days). I only added small dots to it.

Painting gives me the possibility to ‘Be Here’, and to practice being here, whatever happens. More and more I recognize: happiness is an inside job. I can let myself thrown apart by my inner dialogue of how terrible things are or how stupid I am, but I can also recognize this as mindless mind activity and keep on celebrating life!

 

Bye!

Simone Nijboer, Dutch abstract artist, online art teacher, daily painter, creativity accelerator

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