Monthly Archive for: ‘April, 2011’

  • Around Creativity

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    I am to myself a research subject, observing first hand how creativity works. When I started painting, I needed just one flower to hold it and rotate it in my left hand and paint a bouquet of it with watercolor in a balanced composition. The …

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  • Mercer Island Sunrise

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    One night in 2007, soon after I started painting, I woke at night, looked at my window and was astonished to see a very bright, unusual, unbelievable  green sky, I had never seen before. It was separated at the horizon by a narrow deep yellow-pink-orange …

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  • Less is More

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    In my college time I took lessons in Chinese traditional ink painting – Guo-hua on rice paper. There are two main styles of painting: Gong-bi and Xie-yi. Gong-bi, the old style, expresses its subjects using contour lines of various quality: short, long, wide, thin, light, …

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  • Yupo story

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    One day in 2006, I happened to be in Daniel Smith Artist Supply store to buy some pastels ( at that time I thought that pastel will be my preferred art medium) when one sales girl invited me to attend a demo ” Hands on …

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  • The Begining

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    I started to paint in 2006 after my husband passed away and I moved to a place to live which is now My Studio. I decided to verify and see if my desire to paint is accompanied by enough skill and creativity to be worth continuing. Not having …

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