My New Passion

As most of you would probably already know I have a new passion, well several “passions”, its seems the more you have (like love) the more you can be passionate about. I have my family. I have our rescue dog Maggie, almost a year to her “gottcha day” and I have my art.

Maggie

My art – when I first started blogging, I met with a local wine maker who shared his “passion“. At the time I appreciated but never understood how that passion felt. Now I do.

If you have a few minutes please check out my brand sparkly new website ( work being uploaded every day – I have about eighty more pieces to upload – PASSION 🙂 ) It might take me a while to upload it all, and everyday I paint more… Follow my journey ( sign up if you like, I promise not to bombard you) or just pop in and check out now and then and of course share with your networks. https://carolseeley.com/

Free postage in Australia, 10% off for the next 24 hours – yes more birthday gifts, works to outside of Australia, I will need to check out postage and get back to you….I have never sent out of the country before ** works on paper will be easy and no extra cost **

Thanks.

carolseeley.com

“Echoes of the Past”

More on My Art Journey

This year is a year of building my art profile to reach a bigger audience. If you have a minute ( in the next 24 hours before the event closes) could you click on the link and vote for my piece? Your support is greatly appreciated.

https://gallery.artgeo.com.au/product/picking-up-the-pieces/?fbclid=IwAR15DHjej46t_qYQv1qvfVBuRuoBgLn0G25JWdyeVM4srsN6neyQGwz67vI

More Art- Transformation

Look closely – I dabbled with some fluro colours – loved them wet but not so much when they dried – they dulled. Today I revamped the painting ( that’s what I like about using acrylics – you can paint over if you are not happy with the outcome) – I added a top coat, splattered then used a method called sgraffito to reveal some of the original colours. I love it.

What do you see here? An underwater scene? Flowers? Something under the microscope – bacteria, amoeba? What does your imagination see?

An Evening of Fine Wine and Floral Fantasy

A night on the town tonight; we attended the opening night showcase of Laurie Bullied’s floral art celebrated with fine wines and vermouth by Bettenay Wines and Margret River Nougat and a grazing table presented by Gourmet Food Merchant of Cowaramup – what a lovely evening.