Another amazing piece of work by Steven Da Luz. He is a true master at working with light and movement.
One of my enduring passions has been for art and colour. Where I use an image created by another I always seek to give credit where due. I am delighted to share links to the artists whose images enhance the pages of my blog. I hope you enjoy their work as much as I do!
So many of Marshall Arisman’s pieces resonate with what I see in sessions.
There is so much more to Sergio Albiac’s work than first meets the eye.
The ethereal quality of Steve DaLuz’s work is breathtaking. Aspects of it are so close to what I sometimes see in sessions.
There is delightful movement and colour in Naomi Gerrard’s work.
I love David Blackburn’s use of intense colour as he explores light.
Whilst he painted many plants and flowers, it is perhaps for his exquisite roses that Pierre-Joseph Redouté is most renowned.
The work of John William Waterhouse has a wonderful soulful quality.
Pam Hawkes paints the most wonderful evocative female faces. I love the quality of deep stillness in her work, which somehow draws me in to seek more behind what I appear to see.
Miro, “Still Life with old shoe”, 1937.
Miro battled with depression, and this was painted during one such episode. There was an excellent article in the Guardian about his work – Joan Miro – A life in paintings.