Thursday, August 13, 2015

ABSTRACTED THINGS




The Color of Pain


Fourth sheet (11 x 15 inches), 
Arches 140# cold press paper











Pain Circuits


Fourth sheet (11 x 15 inches),
Arches 140# cold press paper












13 comments:

Möwe von der Insel said...

I like the colour of pain :)
(looks a bit like at the hairdresser;)
I can't really do abstracts so I'll
enjoy yours :))

Have a beautiful day Rhonda!
Möwe

Jennifer Rose Phillip said...

yeah this looks like how I feel right now :)

CrimsonLeaves said...

Also not able to abstract art, but I sure really like your second piece. I see curtains at the top!

RH Carpenter said...

Thanks, Mowe, Jennifer Rose and Sherry. This old body is breaking down, bit by bit!! If I'd known I was going to live so long, I would have taken better care of myself - that's what my aunt used to say all the time! ha ha Me, I just don't eat as well as I should, drink enough water and less coffee, and stay away from the sugar as much as I should...should should should!

RH Carpenter said...

Jennifer Rose - bless your heart! I just caught up one your blog (and put it on my sidebar) and saw your stitches! Now there has to be an appropriate Scottish word for that!!!! Sending you lots of cobalt blue waves of healing thoughts your way as you heal...

Lisa Le Quelenec said...

Ouch!!! I hope painting it out helps. They make me think of migraines - touch wood I haven't had one for a while. I hope the pain goes soon.

P.s. I think I would have liked your aunt.

Jennifer Rose Phillip said...

thank you putting my blog on your side bar :) hmm not sure if there is a Scottish word that would work, or well possibly not one I should write down lol ;)

RH Carpenter said...

Lisa, no, not a migraine, just pains and aches and general ucky-ness, I guess. Helps to paint it out! My aunt was a character, definitely...

Jennifer Rose, hope you are feeling well today :)

Jennifer Rose Phillip said...

I slept until noon yesterday so feel a lot better because of it, didn't get much art done but feel better and that is more important :)

RH Carpenter said...

Ah, good, Jennifer Rose - glad you are taking it easy and healing :) Slowly but surely!

http://carolking.wordpress.com said...

I really like these, Rhonda!

Amy Bryce said...

really like the color of pain's composition and colors. Interesting painting!

RH Carpenter said...

Thanks, Carol and Amy. Amy, missed a painting from you in the GCWS show - hope you get to enter next time!