A Happy Visit

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This painting is 6×6 and I intended it as a card, but I think it will make a nice small work. The media is prismacolor pencils. I like their brilliancy and  cleanliness of the medium.

The piece is entitled a Happy Visit.  The bright colors are a way to express the pleasure of the occasion. I was visited by a relative that I had not seen in 40 years. Alas,she is utterly delightful and the time that passed seems to have vanished and it feels as if we had seen each other frequently. Life does bring us pleasant surprises.

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About silvia

I am an experimental abstract artist. I have been painting for many years and show at Village Framer in Waynesville, NCI have been in many juried shows and have a solo show.to be featured in the coming . I am represent a gallery in Waynesville,NC, Please click gallery262@gmail.com to view more paintings and/or purchase art. I also give classes in experimental art at a local gallelry, Mountain home , Waynesville,NC. I exhibit through Art Quench Galleries in Sun Valley, Calif. and through Contemporary FIne Arts International as well as through my word press blog. I recently won recognition in an Orlando, Fla. library show given by Women In The Arts .

2 responses to “A Happy Visit”

  1. Robyn G says :

    Sounds like you had a great day!
    This is a fun refreshing piece. Lively and colourful. Fabulous!

  2. burgessart says :

    So pleased you enjoyed the visit by your relative and that they inspired this artwork……..life really does bring us pleasant surprises……like your artwork! Thank you!

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