Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Some of My Art News....

I don't want this blog to be about me. Primarily I want it to be about art, nature, poetry, and ways of looking at things. I'm sure you've noticed by now that my primary emphasis has been on the magic and beauty of nature. But I have to sneak in tidbits of personal news from time to time. So here are a few items of my news.

I and my friend Alberto D'Assumpcao, whom I met several years back at the ArtWanted site, are featured on the home page of the ArtsCad site today. My piece is the Abstract Expressionist painting (above) I call "After the Storm," which you may or may not have already seen. It's a small world, even in cyberspace. If you have time, visit Alberto's site to see his beautiful Constructivist paintings.

Also, I'm pleased to be one of the Showcase Winners for February at the ArtSlant site, for "Untitled Gray," below.
I'm in the "abstract" category.

In other personal news, I have taken down my photos from Urban Coffee and today placed a painting in a group show at the Art League of Long Island. The show represents the work of my independent study group, beautifully orchestrated and mentored by accomplished painter Stan Brodsky.

"CHASING THE RIVER" is a documentary film produced by Jay D. Kuntz, an independent videographer with over 30 years experience, who in collaboration with others has won numerous awards. I want to thank Jay for requesting permission to use my quote on "texture," which he found on Robert Genn's Painter's Keys site, in his film, along with quotes from many experts and luminaries in their respective fields.

And most of all, thank you to Chris Dunmire at Creativity Portal, for her good will, terrific enthusiasm and creativity, and for supporting the cause of artists and creativity in general!

Other than that, I'm busy painting, blogging, and working with both stock and art photos--and goodness knows, my house is showing it.

To my wonderful blogging friends whom I cherish, I'll get over to visit you just as soon as I can. You are the reason I keep this blog going, even though I seem to have less and less time for it. I've shared with you, learned from you, and been inspired by you. And for that reason, getting to know you has been precious to me.

All images and text copyright Lynda Lehmann. All rights reserved.

If you would like to view my art or make a purchase, please visit Lynda Lehmann Painting and Photography or my gallery at Imagekind, where you can choose from several sizes and paper types or buy my prints plain or matted and framed.

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  1. BEautiful pictures, beautiful site. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Love your blog name! I think that probably anything important happens peripherally!
    Your "After the Storm" painting is very striking & I liked discovering VanGogh like marks.
    Thanks for visiting Cinnamon Studio & leaving a comment, which in turn led me here!

  3. That's a lot of good news, Lynda! Congratulations!

  4. I, for one am glad that you're continuing to post on this blog, Lynda. I enjoy seeing your images, both the paintings and the photos.

  5. Congrats! NP on being busy...I think we've all been there. I'm there right now, myself!

  6. Congrats on all of your success! This is wonderful news! I am happy for you and hope to get to one of your shows one day. Anything planned locally when the weather gets better? Warmly, Barbara

  7. Great update Lynda, and great timing since I haven't been around to my blogging friends for awhile either.

  8. I love those pics. gives me some inspirations to build my blog. thanks

  9. Hey Lynda,

    I love the "After the Storm" (the title by itself is wonderfully positive) and I must confess that when I look into it I can see a butterfly (which, per se, is very symbolic). I love its colours and the positive feeling it transmits.

    Aaah, it is always a true pleasure to re-view "Untitled Gray" (as you know, I absolutely adore it)! This is one of my favourite, I can tell you this much :D.

    I loved your final words to us, your friends and fans: thank you for your friendship and love. I will never forget it and I am hoping that one day we meet :D!

    Have a blessed and creative weekend, darling!


  10. Lynda:

    Absolutely incredible stuff. Love the dynamics of the image, the flow, the composition and the color.

    And while I'm at it, happy Valentine's Day to you.

  11. Lynda I love hearing about you all the time, and all you write and show us your photos and art work. Congratulations on your achievements, I am so happy for you. I am glad you are still blogging despite being so busy with other stuff, and thank you for that, because I love your blog. Anna :)

  12. .... so many words I wrote, all I wanted to say 'you are great inspiration to many of us', thanks, Anna :)

  13. This is so wonderful! Congratulations! I love the paintings, esp. "Untitled Grey". It's very unexpected and beautiful.


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