- Revisiting the past in thought and watercolours -
I never found one I disliked (no matter how small or old and decrepit), despite the many atrocities committed (past and present) in the name of religion... for me, these monuments of faith, that so strongly reflect the human dichotomy, have remained a spiritual refuge; no matter what the "denomination"- as long as I am allowed to enter the empty, sacred space at will, to appreciate the cleansing and healing solitude of the enclave...
The little chapel of my former boarding school "ironically" was such place. I believe the refuge it provided me at the time sealed my spirituality - not my religiousness (!) - for life.
The impromptu balcony studio (on a wonderful summer sunday)
my forth watercolour! Not For Sale
It was hours later, after it was done and dry and enjoyingjoying a little glass of wine that I noticed the pad on the floor, as I picked it up it read: Canva-Paper, for oils and acrylics. Hmm... must use the "right paper" next time as I am planning to experiment with this image in acrylics and oils...
Perhaps the right paper would have "facilitated" more "movement" (?). OK, I am my worst critic!