Spring Has Sprung

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  Spring Has Sprung   Well, it’s that time of year again where everything is bursting with life, yes indeed, spring has sprung. The hummingbirds buzz about, dive bombing one another to get the goods first. Colorful blooms shoot out … Continued

Frenetic Passion

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Perhaps aptly named “Frenetic Passion” One of the latest pieces that will be in my featured show UNCORKED, opening this Sunday at the Hopscotch Gifts & Gallery in Glen Ellen, CA!   I’ve not had a lot of time to … Continued

SYNAPSE abstract painting

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  Synapse – latest abstract painting     From Ancient Greek σύναψις ‎(súnapsis, “conjunction”), from συνάπτω ‎(sunáptō, “to clasp”). synapse noun syn·apse \ˈsi-ˌnaps, sə-ˈnaps\ Popularity: Bottom 50% of words Simple Definition of synapse biology : the place where a signal … Continued

Windswept

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windswept adjective wind·swept \ˈwin(d)-ˌswept\ 1. (of a place) exposed to strong winds. synonyms: exposed, bleak, bare, desolate   Windswept – a heavily textured abstract painting with earth colors of yellow, tan, brown, and sky colors of turquoise & blue. Prints … Continued

Primordial Soup – Painting

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New artwork PRIMORDIAL SOUP cubism painting Primordial Soup – Abstract Cubism Wall Art Painting by Deb Breton       “Primordial soup” is a term introduced by the Soviet biologist Alexander Oparin. In 1924, he proposed a theory of the … Continued

Melting Glaciers – New Painting

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Last week’s painting Here’s one of last weeks paintings I finished, it’s titled – Melting Glaciers   Most times I love painting with thick paints and heavy gel mediums. By using these thick heavy body paints together with heavy gel … Continued

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