Wednesday, June 11, 2008


Everyone should have the opportunity... to bloom. stretch toward the sun. open, awaken, show your colors.

This post was nudged along by one of my sisters. She informed me that although my digital collage was great in the previous post, she was bored. I hadn't posted in awhile.

"Please, I know you have a lot going on, but your blog needs new material. I'm bored."

I have volumes to say, but my blog is not the forum for this topic at the moment, so I will leave you all with this painting -- hopefully the last in the "sad and doleful expressions" category. I think it was life, manifesting itself through art. My face, imposed on their faces...more later.


Robyn said...

Remember what your creative coach said about making time to play? If this is what you create when you find time to play.....then play some more!I love it.

Laura said...

Well, sad and doleful, perhaps, but also thoughtful. The word rhythm on the side goes along with that. And lastly, sometimes we need to slow down and be thoughtful to the rhythms of life to really bloom. Deep for 6:30 a.m.! Love the heart/flower.

Marilyn Rock said...

Love this Kerri! It's amazing how much we can convey of ourselves on canvas! I love your Bloom post; I'm a late bloomer, myself, and feel without the sad and doleful times I've had, I probably wouldn't have bloomed at all.

You are so right in that life does manifest itself through out art.

What a wonderful expression with your collage! Thank you!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the updated post Sisser. I love the painting. The especially love the colors and the meaning.

Love you too. xoxo

Anonymous said...

Aww...HUGS Keri (seems like you need one).

Patti G. said...

This is beautiful and touching Kerri! Just think, that without the low, we never see the high, without some ugly, there is no comparison for beauty, in life....and it's journey for each of us! I am still blooming I I know there are many areas to grow in each day!
Super art dear one!