Painting Day 34 & 35

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elisa choi_ruins

“Ruins” Acrylic on paper

elisa choi_burst

“Burst” Acrylic on paper

I am eating paint for breakfast.
Although my breakfast is always a typical oatmeal, bread and egg,
My approach to painting has been nothing but intuitive play.
Like a child dabbing on a color and applying it confidently onto canvas,
I trust the process of creating.
It warms my heart to know that God created this world out of nothing.
He inspires me to create a masterpiece out of a blank paper.
To create is to make something new.
May we never be afraid to take the risk to create.
Because that is what are made for.
Then we share and allow it to fly and inspire.

You will be creating for the rest of your life. You might as well do it on purpose. ~ Matt Appling

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18 Responses

  1. Sharon Evans

    Love these, especially the firt one, so full of colour.

  2. peggy aplSEEDS

    wonderful colors and blog thoughts!
    happy Easter, happy PPF and thanks for sharing!
    peggy aplSEEDS

  3. Annette G

    smashing paintings, especially love the first one. Enjoy the weekend. Happy PPF, Annette x

  4. Kooky

    These pieces are so bright and wonderful. The first one is really atmospheric and the second one such fun!

  5. Corrine

    Paint for breakfast sounds good, as long as the egg is there too! LOL…intuitive painting is so freeing and letting the work flow through spirit is the best. Happy PPF. xox

  6. Artwork by Deanna

    I love the brilliant colors! Such happy and free pieces, nice job.

  7. Debbie

    I love your vibrant colors, and I especially like ‘Ruins.’ What beautiful words. Thanks for sharing!

  8. Mari

    His works are an explosion of joy and color. Saludos

  9. Alicia

    Wonderful! Love to see creation in action.!

  10. aimee

    such happy color and movement in these pieces. gorgeous!

  11. Anne

    Love these, so full of happiness and with an open, innocent feeling! <3

  12. Kim

    Wonderful use of color and texture. HPPF!

  13. Faye

    Such wonderful bright colors, Lis. Happy PPF and have a wonderful weekend. blessings!

  14. Cat Beringer

    so fun to let loose and let the colors flow!! Happy PPF!

  15. giggles

    Beautiful perspective and colors!! Love this style!!

    Hugs Giggles

  16. Gina Sismilich

    What gorgeous colors!!! Intuitive painting is the most fun – so stress less! Beautiful work – I think the first one (Ruins) is my favorite – with the 2nd one (Burst) a close runner up. HPPF

  17. lorraine

    love the abstract qualities of the first one

  18. the editor

    We enjoyed your words and pictures – keep on eating paint for breakfast!