Thursday, March 18, 2010

New Painting to match the couch ;)

"Wild Thicket Fruits", Oil on canvas 16x20" © 2010 Shayla Perreault Newcomb.

"Creating is life giving and involving. When one creates, there is often a wonderful experience of the fusing of the spiritual and the sensual, the meeting of spirit and matter, and the joining of humanness and Divinity in a special moment in time." Robert Fritz from the book, Creating.
P.S. to DJ at DJ's Studio- I've got my purple back!

14 comments:

jeane said...

a wonderful quote from Robert Fritz - lovely painting :)

Margie said...

Yes, that painting will match your couch, perfectly!
A beautiful painting and I loved the quote!

Margie :)

MiKa Art said...

beautiful!

I think that your paintings are becoming my Canadian landscape.

ArtPropelled said...

..... fusing of the spiritual and the sensual .... Lovely!

M.Kate said...

I remember the pretty purple couch and this painting is just perfect :) Totally agree with you about the MIL - maid tagging along certainly makes everything much better haha! Happy weekend Shayla.

Tracy said...

Oooo...those luscious purples and blues...mmm... This is yummy, Shayla! And perfect "match" for your sofa. ;o) I LOVE these words... "fusing of the spiritual and the sensual"--that is art, that is creation distilled in word--it is a meeting with the divine. :o) Thank you for taking us into your art, heart and home. Happy Weekend, my friend ((HUGS))

picciolo said...

Maybe it should be named after your sofa? Only kidding!
: )

Shayla said...

Jane- hee, hee, you're a riot. Hmmm... Sofonic harmony? ;)

Leslie Avon Miller said...

How fun. When you are the artist you can match your own couch!

layers said...

nice quote which goes well with your creative painting

DJ said...

You DID it, girlfriend!
I'm so proud.
Your couch will be SO Happy!
And I won't get any more 3 am panicked phone calls from a sofa...
:-)
(beautiful painting & post)

Steve E said...

As I visit here, I feel as if I have been lifted to a higher level of awareness of what is beautiful. Only to find there is beauty is nearly EVERYTHING!

PEACE!

Shayla said...

Leslie, yes even if they say the mechanic's car is always broken, and the cobbler's family doesn't have shoes, the artist's family always has art.

Donna, thank you. I like him too.

DJ- you make me laugh,thanks :D

Steve-thank you for your thoughts on beauty.

Luzia said...

A beautiful work! Greetings from Luzia.