I feel like so much time has lapsed since the last painting was revealed (Jeff Buckley — ‘Raw’).
The reason being is that this one has had me flying down the rabbit hole with no parachute. What a frightfully corrosive yet beautifully healing journey this one turned out to be!
“If you drink much from a bottle marked ‘poison’ it is certain to disagree with you sooner or later.” — Alice in Wonderland
I am going to divulge all the juicy details of the emotional journey in next weeks blog. What took me from going to war with my painting — violently spraying ‘bullet’ holes to making paper aeroplanes — and finally moving in to soften and balance the gaping hole of feminine and masculine energies?
You’ll have to wait and see…but for now:
This blog is just going to take you, from start to finish, through the pictorial process of the painting in the making.
I called this one ‘Dancing in the Void’ (or a-void-dance — cool little breakdown of that word, eh?).
And then finally, one late night (as you can see by the darker shades of the photograph)…I finished it!
Here is the final product:
‘Dancing in the Void’ (or ‘A-void-dance’) — Pink Floyd Rock Art
by Cherie Roe Dirksen
Acrylic and Mixed Media on Boxed Canvas
30″ x 30″ x 1.5″
Please come back next week for the inspiration behind the painting involving a lot of blood, sweat and tears and why this painting was my most challenging yet in the series.
Read the next blog…
Painting Pink Floyd — Soldiering Through the Minefield of Emotion
You can recap on ALL the articles in the Rock Art Series here: