Arrachme's Blog

Art, Cave Diving and Snorkeling?

Art, Cave Diving and Snorkeling? Spending many eary decades ‘seeking’ like so many other Babyboomers through avenues such as vegetarianism, Ahsrams, yoga, meditation to awaken to step two  scientific priciples. Then moving into more quiet years of quatum physics with my old friend Albert Einstein, life seamed to make sense. Bending time and moving through dimensions was […]

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Come Play With Me

Come Play with Me. “Quieting the mind, drawing in, allowing are all words that I spent a lifetime in search of”. Then, when I was not monitoring my progress I found it.  Buttery rich sweeps of paint touch the canvas and explode into bursts and mists gliding with distinct focused movement.  While painting, not only […]

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Where Do The Art Ideas Come From?

Many times, in my life the spark of enthusiasm catapulted my personal art experience.  Life takes a major leap, sending me in an unknown exciting direction. The whole systematic process can be described metaphorically as climbing a stairway.  The landings are light, bright resting places. Magic happens in this position, but be warned.  Lingering too […]

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Life Is Just Peachy…or is it?

Juried into the Appleton  Museum 2016, Toast of the Arts, Ocala Florida Exhibition. Every time a piece of my art gets juried into a museum it is a humbling experience. Washed with gratitude and appreciation,  I continue to ponder the question, “How much good can I do with my art?   Can I help others […]

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Women Artists Multi-Task

Tried and true, girlfriends, sisters, moms, and daughters can have long times of separation then in a blink of an eye they are together again. Women stand strong together.  No matter who we are, what color we are, what age or persuasion, we are women first. With unity anything can be accomplished. History teaches us that […]

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Spreading Yourself Too Thin?

So why do it? As a teacher and a professional artist I wear two hats… or do I? Artists at a certain level don’t smile for photos and seem aloof. They seem to be intensely focused in one direction. This is a fallacy. They have to be multifaceted and move in many directions with their […]

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Who Am I Really? Confessions of An Artist

Who Am I Really? Confessions of an Artist I have always used art to communicate. With this in mind, my compositions double as images that tell stories. The marks of the paint brush speak my feelings about day to day events and life choices.  For me, life has morphed into three words; Sincerity, Grace and […]

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Butterfly Parlay

Butterflies travel free in the parks  blend into natural beauty  of our national parks. 8 x 10 on canvas board.

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Head Game

Head games are often played.  One can choose to exit into the silence. Inquire for availability.

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Fraternal Twins

Family and friends see it. Two very similar but miles apart. Black and white series. Contact for availability.

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Silky Thorny

It’s just plain Black and White is a series of gratitude ans silence. Honor and respect to my new family members who brought me the Authentic Chinese paint brush made of natural fibers from their home. My life in a melting pot of people with different cultures and traditions. It’s the uniqueness that makes the world both tolerable […]

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