Finding My Muse – “Practice Piece #1”

Photo of an abstract painting
Photo of an abstract painting
Fantasial

As an artist that fights anxiety every day of my life, posting pieces that, personally, I feel are not worthy of trying to sell is hard for me to do. However, sometimes we need to come out of our comfort zones to grow and develop ourselves further. The original post this is referenced from can be found under Finding My Muse.

Any “practice piece” posted is one I felt was mediocre at best. That does not mean it is not appealing to some. This merely means that I am not overly pleased with the outcome.

This particular piece is an abstract piece painted in 2006 and is acrylic on poster-board. I feel there are many flaws, which is why it is put into the “hall of shame” to rarely see the light of day.

However, I am keeping my promise that for every like of Finding My Muse, I will post a practice piece. Critiques are welcome so long as they are professional in manner. I hope you enjoy “Fantasial.”

Published by E.A. Pritchett

I am a hardworking wife and mother of one daughter who loves my family and friends, art, writing, baking, and cake decorating. I bring passion into everything I do, from loving my family to creating and designing. Drawing and painting are the arts I am the most passionate about, but any aspect that involves creating, such as cake decorating, graphic design, digital artwork, or even writing, I enjoy divulging into. I express myself in the works I create with pop, flair, and personality. I have always enjoyed reading, writing, drawing, painting, crocheting, and playing video games, and I use the passion in doing these as hobbies, to turn them into a blissful career. I hope to have the honor of my next creative piece being for you.

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