hi, i'm the dominant hand, i was decorated by
the non-dominant hand, but, oh boy
i'm sure i would have treated her better
but then, well i'm the one most educated and developed
please, can i have a wash now
look out! now she is going to try on paper :(
watch our non-dominant hands do their thing,
please take a look at sweet and inventive Norma's place,
the Fairy yellow bug Queen, for more,
have a sunny weekend
hahaha! your non dominant hand is alive!ReplyDelete
Renilde such a nice post I love the painted hand series but the painting is gorgeous I really love its simplicity and colour.
that hand is great!
and I had a laugh over that red sign
I had a bit of a struggle
my dominant hand really wanted to take over!
you are such a great artist
that painting looks wonderful!
I like the insecure lines
and keep looking at the white figure
This idea painting your hand is fantastic, which is expressive!!!!
especially when you move your fingers in different directions
You are very creative!!!!!
I went to see the proposal made by Norma, and is very interesting, can I join too? you know I'm left-handed and as I do with my right hand really is a mess :(((
Good weekend for you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Oh those strong bold direct lines. With a paint brush loaded with lovely hues and applied to tell a mysterious enchanted story that draws me in. Literally draws me in to search for the meaning in this art piece. You nailed it Renilde and this is what I would blurt out loud in an art gallery if I saw it there hanging on the wall and I walked into the room...you nailed it. Brilliant work as always, art friend. The body language of the figure in white. Oh gosh. The swirling skirts and the hands rising up. Wow! Love your work!! *smiles* NormaReplyDelete
p.s. the two hands up top [in this post] made me laugh out loud. Ciao.
DEAR RAM! I JUST NOTICED YOUR COMMENT AND YES, YES, YES, PLEASE JOIN IN! JUST LEAVE A COMMENT ON MY POST! LOVE TO SEE YOU HERE IN THIS CHALLENGE!!! *smiles* NormaReplyDelete
p.s. I also left a message in the comment section of your blog because I couldn't figure out how to email you. Ciao.
Hey, Norm, I'll try to try! HA HAReplyDelete
Thank you for allowing me
Mmmmmmmm. not be easy
my picture will look like when I was 5 years old :)))))))))))
Oh, Renilde I left my comment on my blog, haha I'm going to win the first prize for fools!!ReplyDelete
Fabulous post, Renilde! No sunshine here but it's a long weekend. Happy weekend to you! xo CaroleReplyDelete
I am still laughing, Renilde, at your dominant hand's Attitude! (she is a lot like mine). -susReplyDelete
renilde! what a performance.ReplyDelete
love every single view of this, and there've been a few consecutive ones.
LOVE it. hee hee.
Hi Renilde! So lovely to meet you - and thank you for your lovely comment!ReplyDelete
I love your response to the challenge!
It has me smiling still - and wishing it was on film...
have a lovely sunday!
I won't show this to my kids, they will be off painting their hands in a second! ( they do it anyway!)ReplyDelete
Lovely, your blu faced hand and clever as always.
Your blues and turquoise feel so cool. Love it.
Have a great week!
renilde, you are very wise... : )ReplyDelete
i love your painting, and thank you for your words at my place. you have a wonderful way with words *and* paint...
HA! this is awesome - I had to show my daughter as we drew on each others hands too :)ReplyDelete
what a clever response !
very funny, dear renilde - I'm laughing and I now I like to paint up my hands with finger colours from my neighbor child...ReplyDelete
what a play! Gorgeous!
I even love the idea behind the scene.
Your paintings florishes with your left and with your right hand. With your non dominant hand is that special atmosphere... can't tell it. Have no words... maybe 'innocent'.
Your garden looks these days colourful as the textiles of Susan Christensen, doesn't it?