Painting In Process

This is a painting in process- not quite finished but hopefully getting there! This is the charming town of Vik, Iceland. I don’t ever expect to get there, but think it is just an incredibly charming village. I have some STUFF to do to make it right, but here is my painting today. I have to name it…that is always a challenge for me! Does anyone have an idea? Please comment if you do. That would be fun for me to get some support in the naming/title process. I will share the finished product when I feel I have done all I can. This painting will be available as an original or, of course, in prints.

Wishing all of you a “happy place” you can go to even if it’s only with your paintbrushes – or mine.

Delight yourself in the Lord, and He will give you the desires of your heart. Psalm 37:4

ALOHA

Have you been to the “Islands”? An island? Or even just the beach? Most of the time just being there – wherever THERE is – is therapy for the soul: R&R. I have loved trying to capture the colors, but also the sound of the ocean. Can sound be captured with a paintbrush?! I honestly don’t know, but I’ve tried to capture the peace, relaxation and beauty of the ocean waves.

I invite you to envision one of these paintings on a coffee mug, on a wall in your home, on a throw pillow or a tote bag! All these are but a few of the many options on my wonderful website, Prayers and Paintbrushes at https://prayersandpaintbrushes in the Gallery section. The 300 paintings are also available as framed prints, on canvas, metal, wood or poster board. Let me know if you have a question, my friend.
THANK YOU for visiting my website!

I love the above painting of a solitary tree on a bluff overlooking the Pacific ocean. You can’t see the water from this vantage point, but as you walk to the tree you can hear then see it down below. I thought this was just magical! I is called Off the Road to Hana.

The painting below is a favorite because it was from the first trip to the islands, Kauai to be specific, that my husband and I made together. This painting is called, Kauai Hoaloha. I hadn’t been painting very long. This would probably look a bit different were I to paint it now. LOL

Aloha, my friends!