Confluence by Alan Magee at Green Hut Galleries, here.
"Thousands of years of grinding on seashores turns pebbles to sand; in the meantime their softened, rounded edges and many-colored hues make us yearn to pick them up and put them in our pockets as a keepsake and to rub their smooth, cool surfaces." - Quote from Paint by Elizabeth Hilliard and Stafford Cliff
Diving Bell by Jen Bradford. Website here.
Shades of pebble beach, mountain stream and stormy sky. These are the colours that make me feel pensive, introspective and calm.
Another beautiful piece by India Flint! Website here.
I'm intrigued by the physiological effects of colours and the way they can calm or stimulate one. I keep returning to these shades of grey because of the peaceful effect they have on me. See previous post .
"Art should be something like a good armchair in which to rest from physical fatigue." - Henri Matisse
Mi Casa by Luca Bray. Website here.
She Opened the Box by Jeane Myers. Website here.
h75 by Sam Lock. Website here.
Lava Roots. Etching by Anna McKee at the Francine Seders Gallery here.
Wool Clip by Rosalie Gascoigne. See more here.