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  • Great article. This method of painting of getting lost in line and colour is something I implement in my work, and try to as best as I can. It does require a level of presence and state where your inner being is voraciously ‘hungry’ to capture the aesthetics and lights of what you’re looking at. That process in itself creates a nice flow from beginning to end and a sense of oneness with the painting which shows through.

    June 30, 2016
    • Fresia

      Hi Janan,

      Tanks for the comment; very nicely said!!

      Jerry

      July 01, 2016
  • This blog is wonderfully descriptive and informative. You have provided enough information to write a book…and maybe you should do so! The process reminds me of music, where even one note is enough to create atmosphere and mood. Thank you!

    July 01, 2016
    • Fresia

      Thanks Karen. A book I can do. A publisher…not so easy. And notes….yes. Interesting how painting and
      music share so many concepts: notes, key, harmony, tonality, etude, etc. Even my favorite concept of “enchantment”
      derives from “in cantare” (to sing), or Old English “galan” (to sing).

      July 06, 2016

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