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Painting 'The Grass'

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First, the background-all the left over paint from the previous
creation, used. Now, we can't afford to waste things can we? But the
green, if my memory serves right, was mixed to compliment the Orange
which was miserable left alone.

I don't usually search for a subject to
paint; just the moment's spur gets transformed onto the canvas, here old
cardboard.

The grass was from the romp in the garden. It was already dead by the
time I found it lying in the ground. Not a rescue, in that sense-how I
wish I could say I rescued something, sigh..Anyway, the grass became my
subject.

Thankfully the grass never ventured to see its resemblance
created, being non-living has its advantages, for me, at least.

It was easy to paint, green, black, yellow and a dash of brown and
presto, this painting born. I was singing in my mind, yes spared the
listeners, and one of the tunes may be still caught up in the painting.


P.S. My sister-in-law thought I had pasted a grass, whoosh-What a
compliment!

 

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