Fancy Legs – Frog Painting

“It is no good hearing an inner voice or getting an inner prompting if you do not immediately act on that inner prompting.”
–David Spangler

Fancy Legs

2.5″ x 3.5″ Watercolor ATC

We are back to the frogs again.  I hope it’s okay.  The frog I painted this from, really had all those colors!  🙂

Since 1964 David Spangler has been an author and teacher of spirituality.  He began his career at nineteen as the keynote speaker at a national conference in Phoenix, Arizona, on “Youth and the New Age.”  The success of that talk led to other invitations, and a year later he left college, where he was studying molecular biology, and under guidance from inner sources, moved to Los Angeles where he became a featured speaker at the Fellowship of Universal Guidance.   More….


4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Joan T
    Dec 15, 2010 @ 12:27:56

    I never met a frog I didn’t like. lol Great job on the colors of his body!!!


  2. lesliepaints
    Dec 15, 2010 @ 11:11:56

    Hi Beth,
    I am acting on an inner prompting, like your quote this AM. Rarely do I suggest anything to another artist, but have you lined your little frogs up, ever and looked at them as a whole group? I wonder if they prompt a collage of some sort? Something like the unity that exists among them? Possibly something you could use in your new venture into photoshop? The color and the shapes might be stunning!!!!! Love your frogs!


    • Beth Parker
      Dec 15, 2010 @ 11:13:47

      What a great idea, Leslie! That would be so fun! Now I wanna play in stead of working. he he he I’m going to play with that! I’m glad you listened to your inner prompting! 🙂


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