Reuse and Recycle

I did a little bit of early spring cleaning last month and actually spruced up my art space. I even found a few canvases from an old project so I decided to recycle them.

I started with this. I basically used what was sitting on my desk. Looking back I wish I hadn't added both flowers, maybe skipped the one on the right. But inspiration struck and I ran with it.


The following night I did this. Those are my babies of course.


On the third night I painted this.

It's a start. Considering I haven't picked up my paint brush in a while I was surprised at how much I got back into it again. It felt nice to let my muse out to play for a bit.

I hope you're having a lovely February.






14 comments:

Ms Misantropia said...

You are coming out swinging :)
I love the one with the flowers.

Linda Wildenstein said...

I like what you have done with your "arting". You have such a good eye for color. Happy inducing paintings for sure. Oma Linda

Danni said...

I'm completely enamored with your night skies... I could get lost in them! Beautiful work and welcome back to slinging the brush. :)

Carmen said...

These are wonderful! I love the little dog bone and goldfish hanging from the moon... so whimsical! :-)

Witchy Godmother said...

So very pretty! I love the whimsy and such bright colours! Especially in this cold winter.
Hugs and Sparkles

Incipient Wings said...

yay! love to see your creations!

Linda said...

good to see you and your work.

Victorian Tailor said...

All three look fantastic to me!
What a gift you have!

Samantha Marshall said...

Beautiful!

Riding A Broken Broom said...

Beautiful artwork. I found you, through your practical magic blog party. Will you do one again?

The Inner Witch said...

I love you art! It's so whimsical!

Hindustanka said...

Hi Anna!!!
I loved your latest paintings! Your cats are so cute sitting and watching the sky...
I liked the first one too - it is way so magical and so dreamy!

Mina said...

Your work is so beautiful Anna. I remember just staring in wonder at your amazing whimsical beauty before I began blogging and I love it today as much as three years ago. I hope all is well with you and your pit work. Mina

Beth Whiting said...

These paintings are very dreamy and magical. Beautiful work.