Coincidental Art

Paint moves in mysterious ways. I paused for a moment, looking away from the rough portrait block-in. The colours, with just a touch of rust red, lively swirling patterns and the subtle translucent textures of the watercolour paint completely captivated me. An unlikely ephemeral creation had materialised on my palette. Now the sketchy picture, the ‘real’ art looked so stiff and lifeless in comparison.

2 Comments on “Coincidental Art

    • Thanks Sally. It’s funny how creations unfold unintentionally, and when you least expect them. Life’s like that – treasures everywhere if we are fortunate enough to notice them.
      All the Best,
      Jude

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