Friday, June 20, 2014

Slowly Working On A New Painting

Hello all and Happy Friday! I haven't had a chance to link to Paint Party Friday in a while, and I'm glad to finally have time in the morning for a post! I've been working on this painting for a while now, but seem to get stalled out, then it sits for days while I try to decide what else to do with it. It's still not finished, as I want to fix the angels face a little more.
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I took my husband to the beach last weekend for his birthday. (North Myrtle Beach) We only had 2 nights there, but it was so relaxing we can't wait for our week in September.
It's been 1 year since my husband had his heart attack, and thank God he is doing well!
My arm and ribs are almost completely healed so I am trying to go to the gym again.
Well, that's all for now. I'm looking forward to catching up with everyone both at PPF and SS! I hope you will join me!

18 comments:

Valerie-Jael said...

Lovely painting. Glad you had a nice break, and that your husband is doing well, all he best for you both! Valerie

Arnoldo L. Romero, MLA said...

There's a very spiritual feel to your painting with its spiritual imagery, flowing shapes, and jewel tone colors. I'm glad to hear you and your husband are doing better. Happy PPF and Blessings!
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denthe said...

the colours in your new painting are so beautiful .... Good that you got some time out, and that healthwise everything is going better!

kat said...

Your angels piece is lovely, so warm and colourful! I've been reading your other posts and I'm so sorry to hear about your friend and that tragic accident, so very very sad. Keep safe and well,
blessings
Kat

Linda K said...

your painting is looking so lovely Debbie. Good for you both to be on the mend and doing well-great way to celebrate with a little time at the beach. I hear so much about Myrtle Beach but have never been further south than OC, Maryland. Perhaps one day...

Linda K said...

your painting is looking so lovely Debbie. Good for you both to be on the mend and doing well-great way to celebrate with a little time at the beach. I hear so much about Myrtle Beach but have never been further south than OC, Maryland. Perhaps one day...

MeOfCourse said...

Hi Debbie, glad your husband is doing good and also you. Your work is beautiful, lots of flow. Continue to get well and my best to you and your husband.

Tracey Fletcher King said...

glad your break was relaxing... and your painting is lovely... I always think the ones you struggle with end up the best in the end so maybe you are just taking your time because it is going to be a masterpiece...xx

Nicole Beadwright Campanella said...

So glad to hear and see that your husband is doing better and you too.
Love the painting. It feels like a world that one could just play in. Very inviting.
Nicole/Beadwright

lissa said...

I like your use of bright colors, seeing bright colors always makes things more cheerful

have a great day.

Lorraine said...

lovely painting and I like the beach

Serena Lewis said...

Beautiful Angel painting, Debbie. It sounds like you and your hubby had a nice time away. Sorry to hear that he had a heart attack a year ago but it's great he is doing well now. Good that your injuries have healed too.

Visiting from Sunday Sketches ~ :)

carol l mckenna said...

Love the colors and design in your painting ~ Sending healing hugs to you and glad you had a good time at North Myrtle Beach ~ for SS ~ thanks, xoxo

artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

Alexandra said...

Looks like you two had a lovely time at the beach - so relaxing! Your angel piece is so sweet and peaceful. xx

Kim said...

Wow, what a beautiful painting. Glad to hear both you and hubby are doing well.

Happy SS

Laney said...

I like your painting. Something really intriguing in it! Glad you and your husband are doing well!

Christine said...

Beautiful colours in your painting that is almost done! Glad you are both feeling well.

Gallery Juana said...

Those are some comforting milestones! The painting is coming along beautifully. Thanks for stopping by.