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80 views • January 14, 2022

'Spirited'' by Akiane painted under 100 minutes

Colorful Arts
Colorful Arts
One of the most stunning seasons that does not let me stay indoors is autumn. Today as I walk down a new forest path that is filled with crunch and rustle of the leaves I get enveloped by the soaking sapphire-like hazy mist and crisp and bold maple-flavored air. I see no more flowers, but huckleberries, blackberries and mushrooms are everywhere my eyes can reach, and chestnuts are falling right onto my shoulders. I hear migrating geese, dashing deer, calling doves and wood ducks on a small pond. Un-noticeably I enter a small clearing. I am in awe of what I see--a harvest: buckets upon buckets full of ripe apples, figs, pears, plums, cherries, gooseberries, grapes, nuts, sweet potatoes, squash, pumpkins, corn, and melons. What a perfect day for a spirited reflection! I turn around and stroll through the magenta haze back home in order to sip hot apple cider by the fireplace and paint. ~ Welcome to my tea-room series inspired by fluctuating sounds of nature, different aromas of teas, unique movements and changing moods. I would compare my morning painting time to an intense marathon—it takes me anywhere from one to seven months to complete a piece of art. My afternoon color sketching, in contrast, is my sprinting. Please, join me for my tea break moodscapes when I sketch an impromptu painting in a few brushtrokes. Under one hundred minutes, to be exact. My brushstrokes are light, and my palette is simple. I do not repaint, nor do I paint over. If I do fix any errors, they are minimal, because I sketch for fun and rejuvenation. Art: Akiane Kramarik Written & Directed : Akiane & Foreli Kramarik Camera: Akiane Kramarik Music: Patrick Smith Credit: FB: Akiane Kramarik - https://www.facebook.com/akianeart website: https://akiane.com
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