I included two of Sue Wiebe’s paintings (“The Cow” and “Water Lilies”) as a bonus feature in early March. Sue has another painting to share with us. As an artist I find there is nothing more satisfying than when I look at my painting and I no longer see paint but rather the image I have been inspired to create.
Sue had sent me this early photo of her “Great Blue Heron” painting in progress.
A few days ago, she sent me this photo of her completed painting.
I get frequent opportunities to observe these great birds. I feel like this one is watching me and if I take one step closer it will take flight, squawking its prehistoric song in annoyance because I have disturbed its fishing.
Thank you so much Sue for allowing us to share in your creative process and you’re your beautiful paintings.
I often feel like there is a transformation of the individual doing the creating in the creative process as well as the transformation of letters, paint, light, or sounds into what ultimately become the “finished piece.”
Sprout Question: Can you tell us about a profound experience you have had in creating a piece of writing, art, photograph or music or…?
(And please, links to the work you are writing about are always welcome:)
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