White Flowers

“Once we believe in ourselves, we can risk curiosity, wonder, spontaneous delight, or any experience that reveals the human spirit.”
– e. e. cummings

White Flowers – Acrylic on Canvas

What do you think?  Screaming for color!!!  he he he  I have a very ambitious goal today and tomorrow.  I am going to try to complete eight 4′ x 8′ signs.  I don’t have employees, so I will tackle this task solo.  That means the computer will pretty much be ignored for a couple days …except for my morning blogging.  🙂

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

About e. e. cummings

The writer who became known as e. e. cummings was an experimental poet whose idiosyncratic typography complements the music of his poetry; he published more than 900 poems, two novels, and four plays. He was also an accomplished painter. He was born in Massachusetts in 1894 and entered the ambulance corps in World War I but ended up in a detention camp after expressing his pacifist views. He died in 1962. “In Just-” was his most famous poem.  (Check out the link.   It’s a poem about spring.)


4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. asmalltowndad
    Mar 17, 2011 @ 10:46:12

    No more color is needed, these are great the way they are!

    What kind of signs and take pics of them and email them to me please. My father-in-law, before he passed away was in the sign business, and I have always loved signs.


  2. lesliepaints
    Mar 17, 2011 @ 08:32:46

    I think everyone needs alittle white, now and then, just for contrast. 🙂 Besides, I like the light blue and rosey tones in the whites, here. Good luck on your signs.


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