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Learning to Let Go_2







Mixed Media on cradled board


Image Size

20" H X 20" W X 1.5" D


The artwork is original and signed.  The painting is varnished for protection, wired, and ready to hang. The sides are painted gold. No framing is required. 

Learning to Let Go_2

  • I get fixated on my thoughts, hoping to find that one piece of the puzzle that would solve the problem in my painting. I would spend hours working through it rather than taking a break or stepping away. Whenever I approach this way, I become more frustrated. 


    Over the years, I have learned ways to disconnect myself when I sense a block. I allow myself to be patient and not rush through to finish a painting. I engage in other creative activities such as experimenting with materials, doing color studies, reading an art book, writing about my work, etc. Making this space clears my mind, and I stay open to new possibilities. When I feel ready, I get back to my painting. 


    Letting go frees up the blockage and helps me access my creativity with positivity and hope. 


    Creating beautiful, elaborate mandalas using rice flour on the floor requires time and energy, but wiping it off takes only a second. But, every day, with a new wave of faith and spirit, women weave their desires when they make their mandalas. 



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