Saturday, February 11, 2012

"Waiting for My Valentine" --- Sold

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If you follow my blog, you may have noticed that the major art activity I promise I will do in a daily bases has been actually missing for almost a month.  That activity is my small daily paintings. Daily painting is the core of my art. But gradually my other art activities have taken over my time. In my mind, it is very clear. I will not give up my daily painting no matter what happens. I know perfectly that without daily painting, I will not have my art today. Now my painting time is getting less and less, but I must keep doing my small dailies. When I started this small rose painting, I was really have no energy, and my mind was blank. But I know firmly: I must paint. So I did. and I am glad I did.

8 comments:

Frances Paxton said...

I'm glad you did, too. Your paintings are an inspiration to me and I always look forward to seeing your new posts.

silentwitness said...

Beautiful painting, Qiang! Lovely colors and edges, as usual. This lovely, singular rose you painted appeared to us today with sad news of the death of a very beautiful person and and one of the best singers of all time, Whitney Houston. She was my favorite. "Roses are forever," and so will the spirit and voice of Whitney live on.

Lora said...

Sometimes it is so hard to push through and paint when art is the last thing on your mind, but this rose turned out beautifully!

Fay Terry said...

Beautiful, Qiang, I am glad you painted this too! I would really miss your daily paintings if you stopped doing them.

Carol said...

To paint even when you feel no energy . . . and to paint like this! Your painting has energy! Lovely!!

Heiki Arge said...

Great paintings, how much time do you usually spend on these?

Kim Rempel said...

Exquisite!

palette and brush said...

You wrote: I must paint. So I did.

Let me tell you Maestro Huang, the world is glad you painted too. This rose is stunning!