Daily Painting: in a meditative state

Daily Painting: in a meditative state

Dear reader,

 

I try to keep some sort of meditation routine – but it’s always a bit messy and it gets mixed up with -a- a lot of thoughts, and -b- other mindful practices that I bump into.

 

This morning, I happened to land on a video of the Vietnamese Thich Nhat Hanh, with his ten tai-chi-like ‘mindful movements’.

 

 

From there, I went straight to my painting table, and painted this small postcard sized painting in the same meditative flow.

This is the result:

 

 

 

At this moment, I’m working on my new course: ‘The Art of Now’. It’s all about painting from this meditative state.

If you’re interested, visit this page!

 

 

For now: have a beautiful and creative day!

 

 

Simone

 

 

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Daily Painting: starting up again

Daily Painting: starting up again

Dear readers,

 

I’ve been away for two weeks because of school vacations, and now I’m starting up again. This is today’s postcard-sized experiment. Only two colors involved (and an underlayer of lifting paper, that I used before).

 

Here’s the result:

And here the lifting paper:

Have a creative day!

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Daily Painting: Busy again (but not too busy…)

Daily Painting: Busy again (but not too busy…)

Dear reader,

 

Another busy painting (but not too busy ;-)!

The process of making this painting was very messy and took many curves, but I was surprised that everything worked out in the end.

I’m delighted that the process of ‘trusting the process’ is more and more getting established in me.

Maybe the painting¬† doesn’t always look good from an ‘objective’ point of view (is there something like that?).

But because the process feels right and in the Now, the product also feels fresh and joyful to me. (What a terrible sentence! I’m not going to improve it!).

 

Here’s the result:

And here are some details:

Bye!

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Daily Painting: Lifting paper repurposed again

Daily Painting: Lifting paper repurposed again

Dear reader,

 

Yesterday, I wrote about how I made a business card-sized painting out of a piece of discarded lifting paper. Today I did the same. Here’s the lifting paper:

And here’s the business card:

Bye!

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