|ASCENT, Mixed media, Virginia Wieringa, 2014|
This piece has been waiting for me to call it done. Today's the day. It reminds me of the tri-yearly journeys the Isrealites made to Jerusalem in the Old Testament.
This is an experiment joining the merry band of art bloggers on the web, a global version of show and tell!
Friday, August 22, 2014
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Labels: Psalms of Ascent
Tuesday, August 19, 2014
A show at Beacon Hill
I'm pleased to display 10 of my paintings for 6 weeks at Beacon Hill, a Grand Rapids retirement community.
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Saturday, August 09, 2014
There goes summer!
I have been enjoying summer and I've enjoyed a vacation from my paint. I've been playing with fabric and quilting. Nothing to post yet, but it's fun to step into a different way of dealing with color and shape. I do it badly, and my seam ripper is well used, but it's stimulating to think things through mathematically and watch quilting tutorials. I have some ideas of things I'd like to paint, but right now the surfaces in my studio are covered with fabric.
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