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A little Update

Posted by Natalie Briney on

Since the exhibition last year, I had quite a bit of time off over the Christmas/New Year period to rest my arm and grab the opportunity over the festive period, to have some down time.  But since the New Year, I've been back at it, getting work ready for the Margaret River Open Studio's coming up in April. Here's a little of what I've been up too... Everlasting Promises 36 x 36 inches   She Wears The Crown 40 x 40 inches   Moon Blossoms 24 x 36 inches   And my current Work In Progress - Genesis   If...

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FOMO Exhibition

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Not sure where this year went, but two minutes ago, I had plenty of time to get 5 big paintings ready for my FOMO Exhibition. Well with a whole lotta leaving everything until the last minute, I have managed to do just that (lots of tears and sweat too) and below is a little collage of the 5 I have available Opening Night is November 19th at 6pm onwards and the exhibition goes through until  December 2nd.   For more details on Studio 281, just click on this link....  http://studio281.com.au/   Hope to see as many of you as possible...

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OH MY GOSH!

Posted by Natalie Briney on

I never wanted to be one of those people that apologised for not blogging, yet her I am apologising! I have painted 4 paintings since I last blogged and not shared any of them... so here we go... catch up time -------> First up - " Yokina Hana" or "Cheery Blossoms" 24 x 30 inches   The original has sold, however prints are available HERE or click on the photo above. "Graceful Willow" - 24 x 36 inches The original has sold, however prints are available HERE or click on the photo above.   "Soulful Longing" - 36 x 36 inches The original has...

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The Rhythm Tree

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"Music is a piece of Art that goes in the ears and straight to the heart"  author unknown Recently my friend gifted me with some funky music sheets that she no longer needed. As she is a musician who plays the flute and sings, I felt like these papers were even more extra special than I would normally use, so wanted to acknowledge her musical talents in some way.According to Google "The Rhythm Tree is very important  when learning about music. It is used to show how notes are related. Understanding how it works is the key to understanding time...

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The Dark Unicorn

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My most recent painting "the Dark Unicorn" was by far hands down the most 'fun' that I have EVER had painting! It also took me the longest, but I totally and utterly loved every damn minute of it.  And even if I do say so myself, it shows. So the lesson here:- when you paint from a place of love, happiness, pure joy and fun, you can't help but produce something amazing.  Below are a few 'in progress' photo's First layer and sketch Some colour added Starting to lay down some of the dots  Finished! So what inspired me to paint...

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