Acrylic, created Watercolors, and alcohol inks on watercolor paper
Original Work 11x14 inches
The year was 2021, and the studio was a kaleidoscope of artistic energy. The artist, inspired by the boundless beauty of nature and the yearning for unbridled flight, chose acrylics, created watercolors, and alcohol inks as their magical tools. The canvas was no ordinary canvas—it was a sacred space, a watercolor paper waiting to be transformed into a portal of enchantment.
Forget-me-not blue, a hue that echoed the depth of a clear summer sky, formed the backdrop of this visual symphony. Yellow, a sunbeam captured and set free, intertwined with the blue, creating a dance of warmth and light. And then, like a stroke of cosmic brilliance, a magical magenta emerged, casting its spell across the paper.
In the midst of this riot of color, a creature began to take shape—a bird, its wings outstretched in a triumphant display of liberation. It was a symbol of wildness, of breaking free from the constraints of the mundane. As if caught in a moment of perpetual flight, the bird soared through the chaos of its vibrant surroundings.
"Fly Wild" was not just a work of art; it was a testament to the human spirit's innate desire for freedom. It invited those who gazed upon it to release their own inhibitions and take flight into the boundless realms of their imagination.