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I am a bit excited, I’ve been made a Featured Artist on Bluethumb, The most popular online Gallery in Australia. I secretly wished I could be one of these artists, and now it’s happened, I feel good about it. Have been painting over the holiday enjoying my favorite pastime. Thought I’d show what I’ve come up with, they are already on Bluethumb.
|Posted on 4 January, 2019 at 4:05||comments (0)|
Painted on 2 canvasses, which can be separated, I've titled "From my mind to yours" because it’s a subliminal painting. It has so many levels or images that suddenly appear in your mind, everybody having their own experience. There are trees and elephants to name a few obvious ones, like a walk in a forest. Anyway, hopefully it'll be as loved as I love it and if you have a good imagination can see the head with branches growing out of it and the nude bending over instead of the elephant? lol there’s loads of things going on in these pictures.
|Posted on 27 December, 2018 at 22:15||comments (0)|
I have had a great time experimenting with Gestural Marks. If you know anything about me you will remember I always loved Gestural mark making and you may have realized I couldnt always produced the kind of Art I desired, shooting off into all directions, having a mish mash of paintings and of the gestural ones only a few were the way I have wanted to work. This has been very frustrating to me all the while, it has brought me to the point where I have taken a short course with Nancy Hillis, so I can concentrate. Ive never taken a lesson before and although I knew everything she has taught me, thumbnails just letting go and experiment, I have not had the patience to practice it. Well now I have practiced almost to the point of nausia but I loved my marks, most of them anyway. and wanted to started to paint on canvas again. It wasn't easy at all!,where I loved my marks on paper, once I went to canvas again I had a big setback. [I think actually that is why I used to go straight to a canvas, incase something good happend then it was down and memoriable,] but these small canvases took me a whole day, my back killing me to come up with something I liked. My thoughts were filled with a holiday Id had 4 yrs ago because of the colors and marks. I'm posting them here now. Please let me know if you get them. because I like to get feedback, hope you have a great New year 2019 and stay safe.
|Posted on 21 December, 2018 at 3:35||comments (1)|
I have been working hard on freeing up my expressive marks. As you may know I used to say I make marks and see where they lead me. Well I have not been too happy sometimes with where they led, so I am taking some time with Psychologist Artist Mentor Nancy Hillis. I am learning how to free up my mark making and express myself in a variety of mediums. I can share more exercises in my Facebook page if you can join me there. https://www.facebook.com/D.D.L.Lim/
|Posted on 19 December, 2018 at 3:15||comments (0)|
I have set myself on a journey to create my best abstracts, because I have a yearning in my soul of what I want to create and then I desire to follow through with consistency. These snaps are an exploration in colour and mark making, of which I have had desire or vision from my uni days. I have always said I make marks and see where they lead. Well I have been doing that and my paintings have had various results, and a number of times people have said it was like the indigenous artists work. Well I believe we are all indigenous, if we think about it we are all foremost Human beings on the same planet brothers and sisters with hearts and souls, no one can or should claim sovereignty on the artist’s God given thoughts and expressions. I am going to carry on experimenting till I find that inner soul again and am once again happy with my art work and consistant not letting any opposing opinions deter me.
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Eurambeen was a great success, lots of people to talk to and a successful days work painting live on the saturday. A potters shed caught my eye. I painted two small studies then a larger canvas which was auctioned on the Sunday and the owner of the Historic Home and Gardens bought it. He told me he had enjoyed watching it develop from nothing to the finished painting and was amazed at how many varieties of green I could create.