Make up your mind that nothing is more important than how I feel now, because now is everything. Now is the whole enchilada. Now is the power of me. Now, now, now, now, now… You might as well start somewhere, and it might as well be now. Why not start improving your life now, now, now? – Abraham Hicks
Starting the day food shopping is a great way to feel defeated and aggravated. The prices are ridiculously high and I can never seem to find what I want from week to week because the store has moved it or decided to not stock the product anymore. Today was no different from any other time and when I finished putting everything away I read this quote. Sometimes you are not read to see and feel and understand the answer the universe is giving us. Within one single delightful moment I understood with heart beaming light out into my world. The answer is me, the answer is you, the answer is the question. How do I feel now and I choose to feel fabulous.
Wanted to share this thought and hope you find the switch to turn on the good feelings so the bad feelings start to dwindle and melt away. I also want to share with you another little work of nature art I have available at Laurie Rohner Studio‘s Between The Weeds Store. I have art for all in varying price ranges and sizes.
Nature Art Botanical Garden Flower Watercolor Original Painting Pink Amaryllis.
The bloom is from a bulb I received for a gift one year which I then incorporated the bloom of the flower into a dramatic background of lush jungle greens. I wanted to make this botanical flower gem stand out almost trumpeting its existence at the viewer. A fabulous wonderful work of art for serious botanical nature art collectors.
Title: Dramatic in Pink
Medium: Watercolor on Paper
Palette: deep green, pink, coral pink, poppy red, soft yellow, white, cream, minty green.
Paper Type: 140lb rag hand molded watercolor paper
Paper Size: 30 x 22 inches
Image size: 30 x 22 inches
Signature: Laurie Rohner on front, title signed date on verso.
I paint using a process called glazing. It is layering pigments down on top of each other building depth of pigment and emotion through color. The process is labor and time intensive. This painting took about 56hrs to complete. There are about 10 layers of pigment on this painting.
All rights are not transferable with the purchase of this painting and remain with the artist.