--- In email@example.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.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, 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
> > 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