If you read carefully you’ll know that my original major was fine art sculpture (top marks anyone that got that one LOL!)
While sculpture tends to be a little hard to accommodate I still like to paint and sketch from time to time. Trees and plants being by far my favourite subjects.
The pictures above and below are the first two of a series I’m working on (very slowly as I tend to write a lot more often) for my apartment.
The two sketches I did in China and happened to have on computer. I constantly gave my work away due to my travels and most of my friends in China have something from me as a remembrance.
I still enjoy painting for recreation and am always trying to capture the beauty and primeval force of nature. Though never quite achieving what I want to communicate I find it relaxing and satisfying.
How wonderful to once more be able to take the scenic route with its resident psychiatrist (nature) to school every morning. I return once more glowing with happiness from my bike trip rather than stressed and bothered. I appreciate it even more having had to go by road for three weeks. Once more I’m meeting folks out jogging or walking their dogs who smile a greeting and say good morning (they saw the therapist too) rather than the rushing throng juggling for position on road and pavement. Such a wonderful source of free mental medication!
(This is my favourite view I pass four times every day, early morning is the best though as captured here.)