Subject Tags: dreamy, dreamy art, dreamscape, abstract landscape, squared format, square painting, small square art, contemporary abstract expressionism, abstract expressionism, expressionism, expressive art, colorful wall art, colorful art, colorful painting, bright colors, colorful abstract
Size: 12"W x 12"H x 1.5"D
Year Created: 2017
Ready to Hang
Not Just a Another Day by Kume Bryant
This unique day is a gift. Be grateful, and be blessed by this day. There will never be another day like today.
Psalm 118:24 (NKJV) This is the day the Lord has made; We will rejoice and be glad in it.
Acrylic painting on a heavy duty gallery wrapped stretched canvas.
Size: 12 x 12 x 1.5" Ready to hang.
Varnished with satin finish clear coating to preserve pigments quality and resist fading.
Supplied with a stamp seal, signed certificate of authenticity.
I am an abstract impressionistic painter working in acrylic on canvas. I live in Tucson, Arizona with my husband, son and two little black dogs (Aayla and Diesel). I work out of my home (Taken over the living room). Most of my days are gentle in a quiet neighborhood. I love walking into my studio early in the morning with a cup of coffee. The light through the windows is my inspiration and hope in-a-new-day. I paint in quietness- a peaceful time spent with God. Meditating on His worlds through music, or in quiet thought. I hope to convey emotional and spiritual stories on to the canvas. The emotions that I felt, my thoughts, my energy- I give myself in each painting. When one of this story continues on in someone's days... my heart is forever grateful. HISTORY: I grew up in South Korea and moved to the U.S. when I was 20. Loving the American style- I enjoyed my new life in sunny Southern California. Then followed a friend to visit Arizona, and fell in love with Tucson- oh, also met my husband and fell in love. Set my foot down in Tucson, and earned a degree in advertising/graphic art. I went on to work at a small print shop with a wonderful boss who later allowed me to work from home part-time when my son was born. I homeschooled my son during his middle school years- this was when I started painting. The thought of painting has always existed in my dreams only. I speak of my dream to my husband at times- then one day, my sweet husband decided to nudge me over. He convinced me just to try one- he gave me a photo of his friend going camping on a mule. I bought me some oil paints and a canvas. It was kind of scary in thoughts of may not do well. Then it was a fantastic experience when the finished painting looked good. I fell in love! I permitted myself to go for it. Over the years I had much fun experimenting- I am a self-taught artist. I have come to like the acrylics for quick drying to work in layers. Now I like to slow down and enjoy the whole process of painting by its colors, and by each brush strokes. I seek peace in all things- I believe it is a constant, and conscious choice. (Psalm 34:14 NIV)