59 Words – Painting 1: Hope

0001hopeSMPainting 1: HOPE

Inspiration: The Island Cats and Their Mom

6″ x 6″ acrylics on clayboard panel

Gallery: 59 Words- HOPE

This is the first painting in my new series, 59 Words.  I thought it only fitting that I start out the series with the word HOPE. As I started planning out the painting and then painting, I thought of the Vortex that keeps descending on all of us and bringing bad, bad weather to you.  I decided to create my own vortex of Hope.  Spring will come. Life is good.  Enjoy.

Thanks to the Island Cats (Wally, Ernie and Zoey)…. and their mom.  Hope is the word for the day thanks to you.

Have a great day.

About loubelcher

I'm a freelance artist and writer. I enjoy anything whimsical and my art and writing generally concentrate on the lighter side of life.
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10 Responses to 59 Words – Painting 1: Hope

  1. We are so going to enjoy these. Have a wonderful Wednesday.
    Best wishes Molly

  2. We are hoping the rain here will stop one day. We love this first picture.
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

  3. the figure next to hope looks like a spring………”Hope springs eternal” pretty painting.

  4. Ohh, I likes this one! Hope is just bursting out of it!

  5. Cheri Glover says:

    Beautiful, Lou! Absolutely beautiful. We all need hope. And spring! Perfect beginning for what is surely going to be a wonderful series!

  6. Jim Belcher says:

    Awesome. I love it…

    Jim Belcher 407.376.5428


  7. Brian says:

    That is very lovely!

  8. Sparkle says:

    Cool! This is going to be fun!

  9. You did our word good. 🙂 We love this idea!!

  10. Clooney says:

    Love the colors in this one!

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