I went away with a friend a couple of months ago to a spiritual retreat called Temenos in McGregor, Western Cape. It was a truly blissful 4 day excursion of introspection and quiet reflection.
The gardens and sacred spaces were not only peaceful, exhilarating and beautiful but also inspiring. I took along my camera in the hope of capturing the stillness and tranquility which I have now made into wallpaper quotations and e-cards for you to use (feel free to click on any or all images, then right-click and ‘save as’).
My only request, as per usual, is that you use them for personal use only — i.e. the images are copyright protected and reselling is not allowed.
Today is going to be a visual blog. I have taken some of my favourite paintings/artworks with a boisterously, blissful blue hue/theme.
Come take a journey with me, let’s waltz through the world in blue…
I hope you enjoyed this trip with me.
What colour do you like to see in monotone art? What is your favourite general colour? Is there any colour you tend to wear more or have the inclination to paint your walls with? Spill those colourful beans!
If you want to see my top selling art prints then click here.
These are some more of my best selling art prints online.
I love doing the backgrounds for these paintings. Many people have asked me if it is a stencil – definitely not! This is all done by hand and no pattern is ever the same. It is like a fingerprint.
The Poppy Collective was a huge painting, the first large one I ever did of poppies. It was definitely a challenge to do, especially the background as you can well imagine. The painting measured 760mm x 920mm.
The Poppy Collective
Sunset Reflections was purchased by my sister and hangs in her bedroom. It was a marriage between the poppies and the sunset/landscape.
Another poppy painting has made it into the best sellers list ~ Poppies in the Rising Sun. This particular one was featured on the RedBubble homepage.
Poppies in the Rising Sun
And there you have it — some of my Best Selling Art as Prints and Posters via RedBubble.