Northwest Winter Palette

Gazing on my treasured bone collection, I see a soft light green patina has grown.  They used to be stark white, bleached by the San Juan Mountain air and intense sunlight.  I often work with a “memory palette,” yet last month’s work exhibits a new flavor, a new vision, one of moss and damp and slow quiet growth.  I like this.  

What pulls and pushes your palette?  Do we actually choose, or do we actually get pulled by a beckoning overall ambiance?

Image©Cherilyn SunRidge, “Compassionate Conspiracy,” 16″x16,” acrylic, available at http://www.CherilynSunRidge.com

Light of the Day! Cherilyn

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