Wow, three years blogging! I remember the first blog post I did and wondering what to say, never thinking that I’d still be doing it three years later! I had the chance at the time to do a newsletter and chose to write a blog instead. I may start a newsletter at some point, though. Its’ all communication, isn’t it?
I’ve made some special friends along the way and some of my friends in *real life* comment about things I’ve written about here, so even though I’m getting less comments than in the past, I perversely have more readers. Obviously they’re very shy ones though,who don’t think their comments are worth putting on my blog ………..
As for the goddesses painting, its Albert Dunn, I mean, all but done. Except for Kali whose causing me trouble – but then I suppose she would do, since she’s the goddess of change and confusion, She’s been trouble all the way through, but this time the trouble is that she has had too much work done on her and looks too sharp against the others. She needs softening about the edges (can you do that with Goddesses? Do they like it if you fiddle with them? Mmm………….). The others are softer and are flowing all together but Kali is just sitting there, alone, apart, quite sharp, too focused and too ……well ….powerful….. I think. Even though she IS a powerful Goddess. MMm……. I’ll leave her over the weekend and look afresh at her on Monday to see what I can do to lessen her – not her power, just her fierce facial expression. The rest of the goddesses I am really really happy with and I think you’ll love them when you see them too. I’ve certainly grown to love them, especially Diana, she’s my favourite. I could look at her soft beauty all day long………….
And it looks lile my next commission is going to be a bit different to this current oil painting – a watercolour of a church for a special 70th birthday present. Its a surprise, and hopefully it’ll be a happy one. I understand that this particular church is very special to the lady in question – but then this is what I paint – special pictures for people – the 70 year old is obviously a religious lady – as its a Church of England church. But then, the Goddesses painting is for a male witch whose religion is Pagan. They both have their strong spiritual beliefs – I’m just delighted to paint something very special for them both regarding that! Its what I do!!!