Monday, March 31, 2008
Light Through Time
Saturday, March 29, 2008
A composition made from luscious, cut Kiwi fruits. I'm always amazed at Nature's organization, and sometimes it gets in the way of prepping dinner! Image c Lynda Lehmann.
Image c Lynda Lehmann. If you would like to view more of my art or make a purchase, please visit Lynda Lehmann Painting and Photography or Imagekind.
Friday, March 28, 2008
All Washed Up
Hello blogging friends! I hope you find this video clip relaxing, in spite of the fact that I've uploaded it as a metaphor for my washed away feed! I've put out a broadcast but I'm repeating it here, in case you haven't seen it. I want to let you know that you may have to re-subscribe to Peripheral Vision. I apologize for any inconvenience. The technical stuff is not my strong point--and trust me--that's an understatement! Please let me know if you try to re-subscribe and you can't. I've lost my stats but I think I have this straightened out!
Anyway, enjoy the music of the sea, and don't forget to watch the sparkles in the water! Have a great weekend, and thanks for your understanding.
Movie clip c 2008 Lynda Lehmann.
Wednesday, March 26, 2008
Monday, March 24, 2008
Please Vote for "Monkey Business!"
You might have seen this painting in a previous post. "Monkey Business" is a lively, bright, acrylic abstract, biomorphic and somewhat whimsical. It's 24 x 36 inches on gallery-wrapped canvas, and has lots of energy and movement. I've loaded it for the SAATCHI SHOWDOWN round that runs between 03-24-2008 and 03-31-2008, and I would love to have your vote! All you have to do is click on this link, and look for "Monkey Business" below the marquis at the top of the page. (A vote of "one" is the lowest, and "ten" is the top rating.) A great big THANK YOU to my blogging friends for all your support!
Friday, March 21, 2008
Deep blue, violet, and turquoise hues comprise this abstract acrylic painting, 20 x 24 inches on gallery-wrapped canvas. The colors are bright but harmonious, and the painting has a slightly whimsical or surreal feel. Image c Lynda Lehmann. Available at Lynda Lehmann Painting and Photography . Please visit if you would like to see more of my work, including paintings, photographs of a wide variety of subject matter, and digital art. Thanks for stopping by!
Roots of Spring
For me, this painting evokes tree roots, tender shoots, moss and lichen, and all the other life forms that emerge in a welter of new growth, each spring. Acrylic on gallery-wrapped canvas, 24 x 30 inches. Abstract Expressionist in style and full of motion, gesture, and color.
Please visit Lynda Lehmann Painting and Photography if you would like to see more of my work, including paintings, photographs of a wide variety of subject matter, and digital art.
Thanks for stopping by!
Friday, March 14, 2008
The World Needs You...
What do you think?
Thursday, March 6, 2008
Once upon a time, Max from Max gave me the "You Cheer Me Up Award." How did she know that Lucy has always been one of my favorites, going back to my childhood. Max's courage in exploring ideas and confronting our preconceptions, inspires me. And now I can look at Lucy and Ethel on my page whenever I want to! Thank you, dear Max! Can we maybe have a discussion on the nature of "chocoholism," one day?
Kim of Laketrees has given me the "Excellence Award," which I of course, humbly accept. I'm not too, TOO late on posting this one. Thank you, Kim! You are truly a facilitator and inspiration for our sense of blogging community, and you're just on top of your game! (except for your poor shoulder, but your artwork is just as terrific as always, in spite of it!)
Bob Johnson of Black Holes and Astrostuff generously bequeathed to me the above "2007 Inpiring Blog Award." Yes, he gave it to me last year and I'm just posting it now, but with gratitude in spite of tarditude. (is that a word?) Of course I find Bob's blog to be very inspiring, and those GIFs of his really put me in the mood to read about the universe.
I received this award from Kathy at Photography by KML awhile back, and it's taken me so darn long to get around to posting, she has probably forgotten she gave it to me. Kathy, your creative glimpses into the mysteries of our world, make me smile! I noticed a long time ago, how interesting your blog is, with economy of both word and image, well presented!
Last week I was delighted to receive these awards from Mary Ann at Maryannaville, originally given to her by Colin. Mary Ann is not only a good friend, but she's an inspiration to me because she's not afraid to go where many of us fear to tread, often presenting us with posts about controversial topics. She's posted a wonderful Shakespeare sonnet on her page to go with these friendship awards, which you might want to go over and read.
My thanks to all of you wonderful blogging friends for making my life rich with your wisdom and enthusiasm. Thanks for communicating and sharing! Please forgive me for taking so long. My posting lethargy was partly due to getting ready for my painting show, which is now over. (It will be awhile before I'll commit to all that work again, I'm sure.) I still have other awards to post, which I have not forgotten. And I appreciate those too. It's just that other responsibilities aside, I'm just plain slow at all this blogging stuff!
And now I'm going to give the Friendship Awards back to Mary Ann and to Kim, Max, Merging Point at Merging Point, Barbara at Spirited Strider , and Cindy at Rosehaven Cottage. The "You Cheer Me Up" award goes to Anna, Bob, and Carol at My View of It because they DO cheer me up, just hearing from them.
I would like to give the "Excellent Blog" award back to Kim, who is like a shining star in our blog galaxy; to Bob who brings the stars and moon and all things skyward onto our screens, whose dedication to and knowledge of his subject are amazing; and to Tristran at Mad Tomatoe, who is both knowledgeable and helpful.
Swubird gets the "You Make Me Smile" award for his shmooze power and sharing and being nice; and KML for her vision; Cindy with her kindness and kitty tales; and Olga and Drowsey Monkey, who make me laugh. If all of you knew how long it took me to construct this post, I'd make YOU laugh!
Black Holes and Astrostuff - Drowsey Monkey - Laketrees - Mad Tomatoe - My Only Photo - Maryannaville - Max - Merging Point - My View of It - Spirited Strider - Rosehaven Cottage -Positive Communication - Olga, The Traveling Bra - Photography by KML - Positive Communication - Rosehaven Cottage - Swubirds Nest
Wednesday, March 5, 2008
Sacred Patterns: Light Creates Shadow
The above images are"The Enigma of a Leaf," "Curls," and "Sacred Patterns," and will be available plain or framed at my Imagekind site http://lyndalehmann.imagekind.com/ or from me directly at www.lyndalehmann.com/ . All images and text c 2008 Lynda Lehmann. To view more of my work please visit www.lyndalehmann.com , where you can view more than 500 other images, both paintings and photographs.