Sunday, March 02, 2008

A Remedy for Injury

Another one of the several paintings I have produced this past week-it's title was going through my mind with each brush stroke, every line, and semi-circle. Finally, standing back from it late last night, I was melancholy yet grateful at the same time. No quick fix can take away what life's curves that cause pain will do, but in that uncertainty of a world that can seem at times cruel and without purpose, I have the only reprieve I have every known, creativity. It is, for me, the only thing that is certain.
Acrylic on canvas 30"x30" 7/8" depth. Gallery wrapped, back-stapled, sides painted, and ready to hang "as is." Finished with two coats of UV protective gloss varnish. This painting holds many emotions and was made with intense purpose. It is a reflection (one can only hope) of movement, change, the silence, the HOWL, and somewhere, within the tones and curves, is me.
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  1. remedy...creativity
    yes we all need to speak our own language.
    I love the language of abstract so close and distant at the same time.
    a fascination.
    very nice painting and it seems done with the core.

  2. Thank you Jill. It means a lot.

  3. Julianne, These new pieces are so highly charged! They are making me gasp when I see them! The emotion is just pouring out of this painting! It is beautiful.

    Do More!

  4. nice work julianne, caught my eye immediately. keep it up.


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