This one has lots of smaller shapes within to colour. Hope you enjoy it. Please let me know if you would like this one in a larger page size.
Here is a bit of inspiration at a wonderfully creative blog by Selina Shapland. I just love her circles, and geometric shapes. Drop in for a quick browse if you have a moment.Introducing my Love Affair with Line and Geometric Drawings at Selina’s World.
When creating my own artwork here, and especially when I express myself through art as part of my own healing process, I do not worry about what other people will think of it. When it comes time to post the artwork it is a different story, and sometimes I struggle to post it because I really think it is no good, and of no benefit to anyone. Strangely, the ones I struggle the most with seem to attract positive comments which bring out points that I would never have seen in my own work. It often causes a sort of joyful bubbling up of giggles, almost like an expression of relief, when I change my negative view of my work, and see it for that bright flash of a moment, through somebody else’s eyes.
This top image seems to be one that a lot of people really like. Personally, I am not sure why? The reason is… to me it is a flop. I turned out okay-ish but it wasn’t what I had wanted to create when I put pen to paper. But I guess that is what happens with art. Sometimes you just make what you make and it is in the eyes of the viewer as to what they think is great. ~Selina Shapland
See more at SelinaShaplandArt.com
I really do find Selina’s words to be true. How about you?