Thursday

My Creative Space - A Busy Week

This week was pretty busy for me: My body was fighting a virus, I had to prepare and conduct 3 workshops and was hosting this challenge. Some aftereffects of the virus are still there and I'm still tired from the workshops, but really happy they went well and are over already :) The first challenge entries are here and I hope there will be some more.
I managed to art every day, too. There are some new sketches in my sketch book and some new spreads in my art journal as well as some new angels and new colorful paper sheets. Have blogged about a couple of them already here and here. Can show you only one new angel for now, as I haven't shot pictures of them earlier and now it's pit dark here already. This angel just emerged on a page I had spread some acrylic paint over. It was such a miracle! I had only to outline the image and to give him/her some hallow.
There are some more images that showed up on my sheets that way, what makes me feel so happy and grateful! You'll meet them next time, promise ;)

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7 comments:

Μαρία said...

Thank you for visiting my blog and commenting on my post. I wish and hope that all of your energy will be back soon so you can keep up with all your creativity. Stay well and safe! :))
Maria

Akamatra said...

Rita it is so beautiful!!! I 've been watching your uploads in facebook and I am very impressed by the variety in your craftsmanship!!! You are a true artist!!!

yaga said...

Oooh, I love when that happens, it feels like the picture has been waiting for you to bring it into the world. I love the colors and flowing feeling about your painting!

FishesMakeWishes said...

very beautiful! I love the ethereal and dreamlike feeling it has :-)

Kristin said...

I love your page and your emerging angel! The colors are so soft and etherial. Thank you for your visit today and for becoming a follower. I'm so happy to have you. Here's hoping you feel better soon, xo

june at noon said...

I love looking for the images in the paint rather than the other way around. A lot of my animal paintings work that way.

Rita alias alatvian said...

Thank you so very much for all the lovely comments!
They mean loads to me!