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Digest Number 615/Freyja

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  • Jeff Belyea
    Hi, Sweet Tooth - Beautiful posts. Thanks so much. I read The Artist s Way and completed the workbook about three summers ago. You mentioned that you had done
    Message 1 of 4 , May 31, 2003
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      Hi, Sweet Tooth -

      Beautiful posts. Thanks so much.
      I read The Artist's Way and
      completed the workbook about
      three summers ago. You mentioned
      that you had done the workshop,
      with a group. I'm viridescent
      with envy.

      You bring such nice light
      to the groups that you grace
      with your presence.

      This winter in Maine was
      especially bitter, cold and
      blustery. I've attached a
      painting that I did during
      the worst of it. It is only
      by mercy and grace that I
      would pick up a brush and
      be taken to that beautiful
      place of warm absorption in the
      painting, and out of the cold.

      I love Picasso's view
      of the artist's way. Not
      only did an interview with
      him that I read make such an
      impression that I moved from
      painting as illustration (He
      said he did not want to spend
      his life trying to draw the
      perfect circle) to a free
      flow of color and intuitive
      way of painting, the interview
      contained a statement that
      resonated with a crystal clear
      middle C in my heart:

      "The artist's reason for
      expression, in any medium,
      is ultimately to express God."

      Love, peaches and cream.

      Jeff

      Posted at GR as well
    • freyjartist
      Thank you for sharing, Jeff. I have seen this painting of yours before and i really like looking at it. I used to paint pictures of leaving the cold city for
      Message 2 of 4 , May 31, 2003
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        Thank you for sharing, Jeff.

        I have seen this painting of
        yours before and i really like
        looking at it.

        I used to paint pictures of
        leaving the cold city for the
        sun and shells and ocean

        one day i found myself there,

        although i still love the city
        and visit it.

        namaste

        Freyja


        --- In meditationsocietyofamerica@yahoogroups.com, Jeff Belyea
        <jeff@s...> wrote:
        > Hi, Sweet Tooth -
        >
        > Beautiful posts. Thanks so much.
        > I read The Artist's Way and
        > completed the workbook about
        > three summers ago. You mentioned
        > that you had done the workshop,
        > with a group. I'm viridescent
        > with envy.
        >
        > You bring such nice light
        > to the groups that you grace
        > with your presence.
        >
        > This winter in Maine was
        > especially bitter, cold and
        > blustery. I've attached a
        > painting that I did during
        > the worst of it. It is only
        > by mercy and grace that I
        > would pick up a brush and
        > be taken to that beautiful
        > place of warm absorption in the
        > painting, and out of the cold.
        >
        > I love Picasso's view
        > of the artist's way. Not
        > only did an interview with
        > him that I read make such an
        > impression that I moved from
        > painting as illustration (He
        > said he did not want to spend
        > his life trying to draw the
        > perfect circle) to a free
        > flow of color and intuitive
        > way of painting, the interview
        > contained a statement that
        > resonated with a crystal clear
        > middle C in my heart:
        >
        > "The artist's reason for
        > expression, in any medium,
        > is ultimately to express God."
        >
        > Love, peaches and cream.
        >
        > Jeff
        >
        > Posted at GR as well
        > --
        >
        > Jeff
        > http://www.suiteonedesign.com
        > http://www.mindgoal.com
      • mlcanow
        Hi Jeff, beautiful paninting. If i could choose, i would like to be absorbed by that red. love, ml
        Message 3 of 4 , May 31, 2003
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          Hi Jeff,
          beautiful paninting. If i could choose, i would like to be absorbed
          by that red.

          love,
          ml


          --- In meditationsocietyofamerica@yahoogroups.com, Jeff Belyea
          <jeff@s...> wrote:
          > Hi, Sweet Tooth -
          >
          > Beautiful posts. Thanks so much.
          > I read The Artist's Way and
          > completed the workbook about
          > three summers ago. You mentioned
          > that you had done the workshop,
          > with a group. I'm viridescent
          > with envy.
          >
          > You bring such nice light
          > to the groups that you grace
          > with your presence.
          >
          > This winter in Maine was
          > especially bitter, cold and
          > blustery. I've attached a
          > painting that I did during
          > the worst of it. It is only
          > by mercy and grace that I
          > would pick up a brush and
          > be taken to that beautiful
          > place of warm absorption in the
          > painting, and out of the cold.
          >
          > I love Picasso's view
          > of the artist's way. Not
          > only did an interview with
          > him that I read make such an
          > impression that I moved from
          > painting as illustration (He
          > said he did not want to spend
          > his life trying to draw the
          > perfect circle) to a free
          > flow of color and intuitive
          > way of painting, the interview
          > contained a statement that
          > resonated with a crystal clear
          > middle C in my heart:
          >
          > "The artist's reason for
          > expression, in any medium,
          > is ultimately to express God."
          >
          > Love, peaches and cream.
          >
          > Jeff
          >
          > Posted at GR as well
          > --
          >
          > Jeff
          > http://www.suiteonedesign.com
          > http://www.mindgoal.com
        • satkartar7
          ... I love your paintings too Jeff exuberant vivid unexpected use of colors: showing a strong shakti power of life ... Love, Karta
          Message 4 of 4 , May 31, 2003
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            --- In meditationsocietyofamerica@yahoogroups.com, "freyjartist" <freyjartist@a...> wrote:
            > Thank you for sharing, Jeff.
            >
            > I have seen this painting of
            > yours before and i really like
            > looking at it.
            >
            > I used to paint pictures of
            > leaving the cold city for the
            > sun and shells and ocean
            >
            > one day i found myself there,
            >
            > although i still love the city
            > and visit it.
            >
            > namaste
            >
            > Freyja
            >
            >
            > --- In meditationsocietyofamerica@yahoogroups.com, Jeff Belyea
            > <jeff@s...> wrote:
            > > Hi, Sweet Tooth -
            > >
            > > Beautiful posts. Thanks so much.
            > > I read The Artist's Way and
            > > completed the workbook about
            > > three summers ago. You mentioned
            > > that you had done the workshop,
            > > with a group. I'm viridescent
            > > with envy.
            > >
            > > You bring such nice light
            > > to the groups that you grace
            > > with your presence.
            > >
            > > This winter in Maine was
            > > especially bitter, cold and
            > > blustery. I've attached a
            > > painting that I did during
            > > the worst of it. It is only
            > > by mercy and grace that I
            > > would pick up a brush and
            > > be taken to that beautiful
            > > place of warm absorption in the
            > > painting, and out of the cold.
            > >
            > > I love Picasso's view
            > > of the artist's way. Not
            > > only did an interview with
            > > him that I read make such an
            > > impression that I moved from
            > > painting as illustration (He
            > > said he did not want to spend
            > > his life trying to draw the
            > > perfect circle) to a free
            > > flow of color and intuitive
            > > way of painting,

            I love your paintings too Jeff

            exuberant vivid unexpected use of
            colors: showing a strong shakti power
            of life


            > > the interview
            > > contained a statement that
            > > resonated with a crystal clear
            > > middle C in my heart:
            > >
            > > "The artist's reason for
            > > expression, in any medium,
            > > is ultimately to express God."

            Love, Karta

            > >
            > > Love, peaches and cream.
            > >
            > > Jeff
            > >
            > > Posted at GR as well
            > > --
            > >
            > > Jeff
            > > http://www.suiteonedesign.com
            > > http://www.mindgoal.com
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