So very grateful to wake up to two identical orders of "Daydream" canvas prints this morning, one here on my website, one on Etsy and each set is going to a completely different part of the world. It's amazing.
I created this original oil painting in 1999. I wanted to make a painting that expressed an exquisite feeling of solitude, but instead I think I made a painting that is about a figure in harmony with her environment. Available as a giclee print.
A new geometric painting with a lively composition, flat planes of color and hard-edged abstraction. This recalls my love of Kandinsky's late geometric paintings. I was having a dialog with myself one day, and I heard myself speak the title of this painting. It really stuck with me and contains a powerful resonance at this point of my life. This was the first painting I finished after that experience and the title seemed to fit. 24x30 inches, 1.5 inch deep canvas, acrylic. https://www.sallytrace.com/store/p554/sometimes-you-just-get-lucky-geometric-painting.html
An abstract cityscape or landscape painting with a geometric composition and a textured surface. Acrylic mixed media on canvas, 24" high, 48" wide, 1½ inch deep gallery wrapped canvas.
"Summer Tree" One of my geometric textured tree paintings. This painting has slightly different textures in the individual sections, 36x18 inches, acrylic on canvas.
I have had so many wonderful art buyers commission me to create new originals this year!!! It has been non-stop for me since the middle of summer. I've learned many things about my working process, what I can do, what I love to do and what I don't want to do. Here is a great painting that I'm working on right now, and it's close to being finished.
"Daydream" is available as canvas giclee prints.
Today's painting is titled "Into the Day". It evolved over a period of time.
I wasn't sure if I'd be using the black outlines, but did decide to go for it and am very happy with the result. When I look at it, I feel the pull of a new day calling a person to venture forth.
Here is it's page.
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