“The cosmos is revolving.”
I absolutely love this phrase.
And you will enjoy the ride on Judith’s blog this morning.
The cosmos is revolving.
This is an expression I use often, so if you’ve followed along with my art journey for a while, it’s already familiar to you. Others might refer to it as synchronicity or maybe simply as coincidence, but whatever you call it, it’s been happening a lot around my art studio recently. In fact, The Revolving Cosmos is the title I’ve given to this monochromatic nocture:
This painting represents several different influences that have come together recently. It represents my new appreciation for loose, intuitive painting and an individual style I’m only now beginning to develop.
I painted this — it’s another “color family exercise” — immediately after I’d finished the Blue Abstract painting I recently shared. Remember me saying that I’d taken out a sheet of canvas paper? Since it was sitting near my easel, and since I still had left-over paint on my palette…
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6 thoughts on “The Cosmos is Revolving — Again”
Exactly. Another one I picked up along the way was: If you live to be 80, that’s only 960 months. A lifetime seems so brief expressed that way. Spend your months wisely!
I do too. And no stopping the turning, so make the most of each turn.
I always liked the phrase, “The world is turning towards the morning.” It’s literally true astronomically, but also a nicely positive point of view. 🙂
I love the color too!
Thanks again for sharing!
Love the painting, reminds me of a spectacular storm evolving.