"Her and Her Episodes" Acrylic on paper... All content copyright! 2005 - 2017 and so on, and on, and on....

Monday, September 04, 2006

Getting "the hang" of it and,
figuring out my way - style?
Enjoying the process and self-discoveries that come along the way!

"Blue Dot Butterfly"

"Yellow Wave Butterfly"

(ran off the paper) Test...? Or, what was I thinking?ahhhhhh, much better "Red Winged Butterfly"

"Sucked Away" My first (and last?) " Art Brut" work?

Thank you for sharing in this adventure/journey with me. It feels good to have your kind of support while making these huuuuuge turns in direction.

Love, joy and many blessings


Anonymous said...

Eres un artista ;)

"Angeldust" said...

Hola Enrique - tanto tiempo!

Gracias por tu comentario.
Estoy colocando mis fotos en otros dos blogs ahora... descrubrí "la minipulación digital"!!!!
Te van a gustar (WordRapture.blogspot y AlmaPathDirections.blogspot...

Saludos y abrazo a ti y los tuyos

QUASAR9 said...

Wow Angel Dust!
Magical, enchanting
love the butterflies
love the colours
lovely painter

"Angeldust" said...

and I love you, Q!

Your words came to me as much needed warmth at this very moment... thank you

Metalchick said...

Hi Angeldust,
Beautiful Butterfly paintings!

"Angeldust" said...

Thank you MetalChick
Nice to have you over - have your classes started yet?

Raynwomaan said...

Oh WOW! These are your creations? They are absolutely lovely! I've only recently reclaimed my love of painting and drawing, and I've discovered that colors make me happy! I do not like doing charcoal drawings anymore. I want color! These are so vibrant and alive.

Really gorgeous work.

*sigh* now I've found still another blog to add to my bookmarks.

serenity said...

These are just pure magic and delight. The color, the style...it's all from a spirit of beauty and light. Thank you for sharing them, and for sharing you!!

Love, peace, and joy flowing to you.

"Angeldust" said...

raynwomaan - the name feels almost like a tropical islander's

Yes, chuck the charcoal - live a little! :)

Thank you for your comments.
I love to work with vibrant colours - although "they just happen".
Like the TV commercial says "Not your mother's colours"

Looking forward to be able to visit you.

Love and joy to you

"Angeldust" said...


Thank you for your vivist and kindest of words...

They are a colour riot aren't they?! I love them myself.

Very glad you enjoy too.

Much love and joy flowing to you.

Shane said...

very pretty!

jim said...

Thanks for your visit, Angeldust, and all the kind words. I love your artwork, your bravado and spirit, magnificent, and you are so prolific, even better, that makes for great artistic growth, as you must know.

I am curious about your name, I have a story to tell you about that name that an angel spoke to me, later, I will tell you.

I will get a look at all your work thruout your blogs soon as I can, hopefully this coming week, thanks for the connection, I really like the butterfly experiments, but all of it is tremendous and beautiful, you sure have energy. Stay real.

Plus Ultra said...

Your Paper Batik is truly excellent, even my wife Sylvia says this series is really very good, WOWIEE (if there is such a superlative....) and you are much much better than me, from my heart, I think your creativity is simply amazing....strive for the truly holistic art way of living in everything, I will ask Joanna, a young lass (about 16 years old ) to communicate with you and learn from you....wowiee wowiee

"Angeldust" said...

I had a thorough look after enlarging your last one… hmmm, I think I figured some things out!
I could not go to sleep last night anticipating… this next one is definitely going to be “a montage”!
Ahhh, I so much appreciate your support, and passing on your wife Sylvia’s commets!

Love, joy and many blessings to Silvia, your daughter Cheryl-Lyn (and any other loved one we may not know about) and yourself.
You all have a great week .

xmichra said...

Darn! Another lovely! I couldn't scroll down this far before!! Silly blogger! So.. you still have the red wing butterfly? What size is it?