Beep-Beep – Day 26

 

“The moment you doubt whether you can fly, you cease for ever to be able to do it.” -J.M. Barrie

Beep-Beep Day 26 - Painting challenge acrylics 7x9 birch panel

Beep-Beep
Day 26 – Painting challenge
acrylics
7×9 birch panel

 

I used my acrylics like water colors. Lots of fun and quick. Hope it looks somewhat like a road runner.

“The soul becomes dyed with the color of its thoughts.” -Marcus Aurelius

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6 Responses to Beep-Beep – Day 26

  1. Linda Starr says:

    Definitely looks like a roadrunner to me, reminds me of the huge statue of one we saw in Texas, love the textured pattern in the background too. Hey, guess what we’re neighbors, we just closed on a house in Blairsville. Will you be selling any of this work, would love to have one in my new home?

    • Judy Shreve says:

      Hi Linda – thanks. Yeah – Blairsville is a little over an hour from me – nice community. I’m surprised to see you in these cold north GA mountains! It’s beautiful up here, though and will warm up over the summer. My work is available in Blue Ridge at High Country Art and Antiques. Cheryl (gallery owner) handles all my sales even pieces you see on my webpage – if they are still available.
      Good luck getting settled in your new place.

  2. Jane says:

    He has a certain attitude, doesn’t he? I like it!

  3. Susan says:

    Lots of fun and quick, my favorite way to paint. The looseness of line, the color splotches all work wonderfully together.

    And attitude, yes. If he was person he’d be the Fonz!

    • Judy Shreve says:

      It is fun to paint quickly – without (too much) concern for outcome. It makes the lines looser – the attitude appear — it’s magical!
      lol
      Fonz indeed.

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