This is my original abstract painting Sea of Souls that I created by using both brushes and painting knives. A lot of texture in this painting. Many spirits manifested themselves in this painting which is why I titled it Sea of Souls. How many do you see? This piece is acrylic on 16×20 gallery wrapped canvas and the sides are painted so there’s no need for a frame. This painting is priced at $400 plus shipping.
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©Painting by Staci Brown. No part of this image may be reproduced without the express written consent of the artist.
A woman is free floating in her unique expression. This piece is for my grandmother. It has been the hardest piece that I have ever experienced that needed release and, yet, I feel the most peace in viewing.
I loved, and still love, her more than words can express. She taught me the value of kindness, of simplicity, of heart-felt work…of love. She had very different beliefs from me, yet we understood one another on such profound levels that when she passed I felt a piece of me die with her. She accepted me, loved me, cherished and believed in me, supported me and I never told her, in simple words, that she was a part of my soul, my reason for being here.
Mothers, we don’t really tell them on a fundamental level what they truly mean to us, at least I didn’t. I remember walking down the…
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I went into the store with absolutely no preconception of which after-shave lotion to buy. There was about 4 feet of rack space with a zillion varieties: double-action this; triple- action that; super aloe explosion; cucumber/pomegranate/turnip extravaganza, etc etc etc. I eventually settled on a lotion boasting that it contained “Co-Enzyme Q10”, so I got that going for me, which is good.
I’m posting these two together (hence the use of the word “pair” in the title) because I sorta picture them as a set. They’re both approximately square, too. I wish I could say I planned it that way, but they’ve been cropped — roughly so. I’d love to give medium format film a try, since you’re forced to deal with composing your photos into a 6 x 6 square frame. That’s not as easy as it sounds. Anyway, back to the photos. Yeah, I picture them on canvas without a frame, but very large, like say 4 feet by 4 feet or maybe even more. I see them hanging on a brick wall in a downtown penthouse loft — ideally belonging to yours truly. Or possible an art gallery. No, let’s stick to the loft. And I’ve got them lit by the slimmest of chrome track lighting. The loft’s adorned…
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