Cover Image – Section Detail of “Fallen Apple”. Here are the stages and the completed painting.

 

 

 

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  1. That’s so cool to see, a fascinating process and beautiful result. I love it!

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  2. Thank you! I had a few concerns about rushing it and over working it wanting to finish before the holiday … therefore I learned a lot, again, about process! Thank you again for your comment !

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  3. This is so beautiful! Love the finished painting, and the step by step annotations.

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  4. Thank you so much! I wasn’t quite sure the “story” was there, but I certainly enjoyed sharing and illustrating the process!

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  5. The story is as engaging as the picture. It really makes me wonder about the creative mind.

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  6. Thank you! …..the creative mind, there’s a huge and mysterious adventure…!😊

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  7. Wonderful Liza, thanks for stopping by my blog!!!

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  8. It’s lovely! Thank you!

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  9. You’re welcome Liza!!!

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  10. Thank you for sharing your creative process and your wonderfully illustrated story of a fallen apple. There is so much to ponder on with this painting but my favorite may be the ambience. You captured that sense of wonder that I experience after fresh snow.

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  11. Thank you! I am so grateful when others share their experience and process in their creativity whether it is art, music, writing, restoration or anything that begins with a moment of inspiration. I’ve come to value the process as much as the finished work, the collaboration with inspiration and each other. I am so happy the essence of winter and snow comes though in this painting, blue can be a tricky colour! Thank you again for your kindness!

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  12. I liked your concept for this painting.
    I wish I had time enough to take decent pictures. I do everything on the fly.
    It is great to post steps, but I usually forget about that or simply don’t have time because of giving too many classes.
    Looks great! Soft colors, nice mood.

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  13. Thank you! Paintings can take time for me, they are all different in each experience, so I made the decision to at least post the progress! Teaching is a great adventure and gift. The progress of a class would be wonderful to read about. Thank you again for your comment and kind words!

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  14. I love the way you have written the steps of your painting. I will try to do something like that for my blog, too. – artprojects4.art.blog

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  15. Thank you! I enjoy and learn from the inspiration others share. I will look forward to seeing yours as well!

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