Sunday, September 6, 2009

Sept. 6th Art Paintings & Passion!


Size: 16" X 24" Giclee' on Canvas Hand Embellished by Artist; Certified & Limited From "The Modern Art Collection" - Click HERE - Find the ENLARGED paintings with details, pricing, shipping and more as well as my comments on the paintings

"Passion as stated in the dictionary is "any powerful or compelling emotion or feeling". Often, Hollywood would believe it's all about sex. But, people who have a passion for something usually have not only a desire for it but an overcoming forceful drive to be involved with it. This may or may not be true in relationships and marriage today as the next best thing is just around the block and we no longer subscribe to our core beliefs as much as our core feeling of the day.

Passion in painting transcends many of these definitions because it is not only a compelling desire but an involvement which is life itself. This probably can be said for many of the passions that have been laid out before us as man strives to complete himself without the understanding of true fulfillment.

All that said, virtually all great paintings are completed as a result of their creator's passion. You can see it. You can feel it. You love it and once you understand it you don't want to live without it, a painting you desire to acquire.

One last comment, isn't it interesting how we can see the creator's passion and we can't see the Creator's passion?"

"Passionate Paintings aren't of one style, one medium or alike.
They are worked on until finished no matter day to night.
Passion shows through down to the canvas giving more.
They so unlock our heart, our emotion; like opening a door.
Great Paintings are a gift from the talent one does possess.
And that passion of the artist transcends all the rest."

"Have a great week ahead, stay focused and may you be blessed!"

"Find my paintings, or may my paint-tings find you!"

Douglas Auld
Copyright 2009 Auld Ltd.
p.s. Here are some other artists who show and have "A Passion for Painting".
Sally Tharp, Chelsie Brady, Sara Winters, Edward Gordon, Irit Bourla

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