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Accepting face images in art that are not supposed to be there

Misty Thomas

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October 13th, 2021 - 10:54 AM

Accepting face images in art that are not supposed to be there

I would like to think all of us artist have painted something and when looking at it all finished we spot something odd. "What in the world is that?!" Yes, I thought so we all have done it. After losing my best friend of 28 years this past March my artwork has became my escape. Almost healing me but I don't think there is a remedy to cure heartache 100%. I have been seeing a lot of faces in my Abstract Art lately that is not supposed to be there or it was not intended to be. Usually when this happens I see they are not happy someone else sees a bird or butterflies. I see more darker images. When I paint these its done very quickly,15 minutes. I am completely focused and in tune with myself and how I am feeling but than again its like a trance. I got some great advice the other day and wanted to share it. Someone said that I have a gift and have always had this gift I am just realizing it. Embrace your talents because art was meant to inspire or wake up the soul. I learned to appreciate what I see and also what someone else sees. So embrace your faces when you do see them in your art.

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