Bliss, collage/acrylic, 6 x 6
Elizabeth W. Seaver
For some reason, when I was painting this one, I remembered visits when we were small to Mississippi. We used to go to Percy Quinn state park and other places to swim and camp with our cousins, my mother's brothers' kids. We were stair-stepped in age and always had a blast together. The time I remember in particular, we went swimming at a place called Cool Springs, I think. I was too small to jump off of the rope swing over the water, but I sure wanted to. The sheer joy in the whoops and hollers as the swingers let go still echo in my mind. I'm not sure I'd have the courage to do that today, but I like to think I would!
That's why Bliss. For summer, for cool, sweet spring water to sink into, for unbridled, simple joys of hot summer days. Bliss.
Ha, I know I would have been too chicken to take the plunge on a rope swing when I was younger. I would perhaps do it now - just to prove my preconceived notions about myself wrong.
Hope you're doing well!
Hi, Kerri. Oh, it is good to hear from you. Yes, I am well, and so glad to see your new lovely work.
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Bliss, yes, I can imagine that:) Pure joy....
Hi, Susie! Thanks for stopping by.
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