Saturday, November 5, 2011

Daily life and miniatures -


This is proving to be an invaluable exercise.
Of course most of them will end up in the bin-


Which is fine.


I have been working in the living room (our music room)-
loving the light here-

And the drama sometime.

                                                       
                                                 And ,eventhough, I take care of the house,
                                                             walk Lucy to school,
                                                  and do all  the things I normally do,
                                      in my head I feel like I am in some sort of  'silent retreat'-.
                                                     Or maybe it's always been like this-
                                                                and that is fine too-



Hugs,
Annamaria Potamiti

                           

8 comments:

Julie Whitmore Pottery said...

fantastic studies!
xx
julie

holly aka golly said...

beautiful! It is comforting working from a familiar place.

Erin said...

Indeed beautiful light there where you work and I see the same light/shadow play in your paintings too?
Glad you are enjoying your miniature painting exercise/journey. x

gretchenmist . . . {belinda} said...

oooh, please not the bin! i like them lots. and the photos of the light are beautiful, specially the last one.

Lorraine Young Pottery said...

A Silent retreat sounds like just the thing. I think there is a certain freedom in knowing you can throw one in the bin if you want! Stops you from feeling that fear of brush strokes being too precious. Frees you up for anything.

And thank you for your thoughtful message, I will know you are reading and thinking of me once in a while.

xx Lorraine xx

Kristen Donegan said...

I love these little gems your making as of late! and perhaps the silent retreat is a gift of the season or natural as the days get shorter :)

Carole said...

Silence is golden my dear Annamaria.

swinkie said...

these are beautiful... I squirmed when you mentioned the bin! and wanted to say I will have the "binners"!