Chinese Tallowood leaves in the late afternoon sun

Early painting

Im a bit of a free spirit , dreamer , lover of wild places , both inner and outer.
I paint , sculpt , write , draw , print , a jack (jill ) of all trades – master of none.
Love connecting and absorbing with the beauty around me.

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  • Lynda Robinson
    Lynda Robinsonabout 2 years ago

    Magnificent work!!!! I love it!!!!

  • Thank you so much

    – Redviolin

  • JennyMac
    JennyMacabout 2 years ago

    An interesting composition… shape and colour… fabulous!

  • Thanks Jen

    – Redviolin

  • JRGarland
    JRGarlandabout 2 years ago


  • LisaMM
    LisaMMabout 2 years ago

    gorgeous work Christine, great composition.

  • kenroome
    kenroomeabout 2 years ago

    Love the colors. Leaves are such complicated creatures, hidden in the skins of their secret chemistry…but when in the bright-light of magic sun, they become dazzling models of joy, flaunting even their sugary veins. I like how when I look at the upper left of your’s just like the blaring sun filling my eye.

  • juddarwin
    juddarwinabout 2 years ago

    not unlike billowing sails on the open sea; only, now seeing ‘sailors’ got their names from sails even though i saw/acknowledged/accepted that s.a.i.l.o.r.s tag all this time; also that those boats were known by their having sails, then. this picture, then of coloured sails boat tossed in the torrents, then, like; like yelow submarine logic

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