Lady in Blue 11×14 Canvas: Embrace your Art

Lady in Blue Etsy

Each Monday, I share something I created over the last week(or at least that is how it is supposed to be).  Although, I create weekly, sometimes I have already shared all that I have created on the blog already.  In that case, I will share something, I have not shared although it may have been created prior to last week.  My goal is to create even if for only a few minutes each day.  Truth be told, sometimes my mojo gets a little lost!  So to the archives I go.  However, I think it may be returning.  We’ll see.

This is a canvas I created at a retreat.  It is my “lady in blue.”  Inspired by an ATC someone sent me years ago.  At time of posting, I cannot put my hand on it.   Still working on my faces, beginning to like them more and more.  YES!  Just gotta keep practicing and facing uncertainty.  Love how this turned out, the colors, textures, everything and it is available in my Etsy Shop.


I encourage you to keep creating with me all week long, to embrace your art whatever it may be…scrapbooking, cardmaking, artjournaling, mixed media, painting…just keep creating.  Keep sharing.  More art, more creating, more sharing equal a more beautiful world. If you don’t know what the Embrace Your Art Daily Challenge is, you can learn more here.

Did you create something over the last week?  Won’t you share it with me?  Leave a link or visit the Embrace Your Art Daily FB Group and share! Embrace your art and free your soul.


6 thoughts on “Lady in Blue 11×14 Canvas: Embrace your Art

  1. Tiare
    It is breathtaking. WOW. Love it. Looking forward to a week of creativity. Also Looking forward to Wednesday night. I hope too, that we have Mixed Media Monday with Tracy tonight. If so hope to see you there. Have a wonderful week. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Absolutely stunning! I really love your canvas work. This one just grabs me. She looks so real and the colors just works it all. Just beautiful!

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