Tuesday, October 25, 2011

These days-

Making bread in the morning- It takes me fifteen minutes-

But then, the simplest of meals becomes something quite special-

Meanwhile, I am working my way through one hundred miniatures-

Which didn't start abstract, but abstraction pushed it's way in-

I can't rest, can I?
My mind is in a knot-
and I am slowly and carefully
trying to turn the maze into a river-
smell rosemary...
there it is-
I have learned to bake bread, haven't I?
 I added some rosemary to my loaf this morning-
an experiment that seems will turn out just fine-
Yes, it will.
All will turn out just fine.
I trust-

Annamaria Potamiti


Erin said...

Annamaria I too trust it will turn out just fine for you. I like how you started to do 100 small paintings. I look forward to see more! I hope you'll feel better ... x

renilde said...

Yes dear Annamaria,just like that bread, everything will turn out fine, your abstracts are always intriguing me, they are strong, they are somehow spacious, there is room to enter them and get lost in a wonderful world, take care, xx

Lorraine Young Pottery said...

The simple loaf can not be beat, the egg is a miracle in itself, your paintings are perfectly absorbing and intriguing.

:-} Lorraine

annamaria potamiti said...

Thank you so much- what lovely things you've written today-xo

erleichda said...

i like your miniatures... the colours are strong and beautiful! but...
please tell me! how do you manage to make bread in15 min ?

kristine h said...

I confess, I LOVE your symbolic style of painting and am so excited to see more of it coming from you! Sometimes when I need to sooth my soul, I peek at your sold items on your etsy site to look at your images. Your images really speak to me--the colors, the true lines, the shapes, the bits of white paper, the placement and relationship of objects. I aspire to paint like that.


Barbara Campbell Thomas said...

Annamaria, Thank you for you kind comments about my blog--I found your comment just a moment ago! And of course it led me to your blog, and to this lovely post...I love to bake bread too. All the best to you!

Sophie Munns said...

Just Loving what I have found here at your blog this morning Annamaria...
wonderful wonderful paintings all...
Don't stop... sending x from london!
S x

Lorraine Young Pottery said...

:) thanks, I hope you are well.


Hazel Terry said...

Oh I wish I could make bread like you, and I am enjoying your new work very much.

annamaria potamiti said...

Thank you all so much!!