Cheers! to Art and the Artist

… whatever your art form happens to be!

Hello today tonight! I have a problem with all punctuations – maybe not. I love exclamations and ellipses. I find I don’t need them when I write poems because I use line breaks and said ellipses for pauses. But I will have to use them correctly in stories. Or not!

Run on along sentence! Run on!


I left the lines of my trials and tribulations in the background.

Young woman with a rose – Amedeo Modigliani – 1916

I saw an old friend of ours today. She asked about you, I didn’t quite know what to say. Heard you’ve been making the rounds ’round here. While I’ve been trying to make tears disappear. Now I’m almost over you. I’ve almost shook these blues. So when you come back around. After painting the town. You’ll see I’m almost over you

Almost Over You – Sheena Easton

Figuring out the colours in a painting just by looking is a tremendously extraordinary skill – that I do not have. Thank you, YouTuber guy, for that lesson. I have a long way to go.

Procreate can make a palette from the painting, but that would take all the fun out of trying to do it myself. Figuring out the colour is one part; the other is trying to find it on the wheel. It reminds me of writing:

The more I learn about art, the more I appreciate it and the artist. Finding exact words is like finding exact colours – either way, you’re painting a picture. Yes!


Ok – I’m done quoting myself. I only do it to break up the monotony of the paragraph block 🙂

Sat Oct 22, 2022

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