Karen F Rose My Painting Journey

Thursday, September 5, 2013

Choiceless as a Beach

Soft Light
© Karen F Rose
oil on canvas
6x6" (12 x 12") framed
available
  

"The sea does not reward those who are too anxious, too greedy, or too impatient. One should lie empty, open, choiceless as a beach - waiting for a gift from the sea".  Anne Morrow Lindberg

Have always loved that quote since I first read her book Gift From the Sea many years ago. 
This painting Soft Light is a reminder to me to be patient. 
Do you know someone who could use that gentle hint?
Soft Light is one of 18 works that are part of my painting exhibit at the High Springs Artist Co-op which opens tomorrow evening, Friday. September 6 from 7 to 9 pm.
If you are in the area, I'd love for you to stop by and see this lovely cooperative gallery. Overflowing with the creativity of all the member artists, you are sure to find something to delight. 

I am fortunate to have my art on exhibit during the month of September at several venues. in addition to High Springs Art Co-op,  Melrose Bay Art Gallery in Melrose, FL and also at the Saint Augustine Art Association's Fall Member Show.
I look forward to becoming more involved with that group of wonderful artists.
And of course, my art it's always available on my web site. www.karenfrose.com




4 comments:

RoseAnn Hayes said...

So serene, I love it. Just what I'd love to paint if I painted in oils. I'm participating in the 30/30 challenge, too (in watercolor), and I'll be watching your work. It's inspiring! PS - That gold frame is perfect, too - can you tell me, did you get that frame from an art supply place?

Karen F. Rose said...

Thanks so much RoseAnn. I am participating in the challenge but have a show opening tonight so I have "painted ahead". thanks you for your comments I love your watercolors! I am sending you an email about framing.

J Hardison said...

Love this little piece of calm beauty! Beautiful colors and mood!

Karen F. Rose said...

Thanks Josephine. I appreciate you taking the time to comment. Always searching for those calm moments and reflecting on the peace and tranquility of the qolden hours.
Have a great weekend.