Happy Sunday, friends!
Today's inspiration comes from Amy Shackleton, an artist who paints without using a paintbrush. Instead, she relies on gravity to help create her pieces of art, a process that is fascinating to watch. You can find out more about Amy and see additional examples of her work at her Web site, found here. Enjoy!
Wishing you all a creative and inspirational Sunday. ☺
Well, that was definitely interesting! Thank you for sharing, as always! Have a great day!ReplyDelete
Thanks! I hope your day was nice, McGuffy. :)Delete
Impressive, is truly great!ReplyDelete
Glad you liked it!Delete
Wondering how she gets her wall easel to pivot in so many directions. You find the most interesting art videos.ReplyDelete
Thanks. In my dreams, I'm an artist. :)Delete
that must be hardReplyDelete
I'd love to know more about how she came up with this process. :)Delete
Wow! Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
You're welcome. ☺Delete
I'm impressed! Have a great Sunday!ReplyDelete
I thought it was pretty amazing. :)Delete
Hope you had a nice Sunday.
im catching up...
love tour thursday sweetness, you listed some great things to be happy about!
and fridays funnies always crack me up, but the no unibrows was the best!!
lets all stay young!
and artists are finding new ways to be unique! the process is becoming part of their craft!
Always happy to see you!Delete
Thanks. I love what you said about artists—it's so true. Also, I'm still working on my Happiness Tag post. Thanks again for tagging me. :)
Have a great week. ☺
Did not do much inspirational today just did a bit of work in the garden.ReplyDelete
Sounds like a relaxing day!Delete
My word, that was amazing! I wonder how long it really takes her? And how she thought of doing that? (Obviously I'm not real creative, as I can't even imagine the process.) Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
I wish I were half as creative. The talent out there just amazes me!Delete
Now that was a lotta drippin' and energetic trippin'. Very cool!!!ReplyDelete
Sue CollectInTexasGal~Today's Post~
Here Comes The Stinking Bride
I love your comments, Sue. They always make me smile. :)Delete
Wow! Amazing artistry, fascinating technique. Even a Bear could learn something from that Artist Lady!ReplyDelete
Blessings and Bear hugs!
Bears Noting, Life in the Urban Forest (poetry).
Glad you enjoyed it!Delete
It's amazing how you always find all these amazing and inspirational people to introduce us to. Thank you my friend :)ReplyDelete
I'm just glad you all enjoy them. ☺Delete