The inspiration for Nature.
I finally finished the picture I've been struggling with since last Thursday. I tend to draw quickly, but I think it's the first time I've drawn a watercolor painting that is small in size for such a long time. As a painter, I have to draw, but as a mother, I also have to take care of my children. Of course, now is starting spring recess and I have to spend more time with my little child.
Looking at the picture, I can see myself living a busy life with many duties and responsibilities throughout the day. This is who I am, that is, that of a painter and an housewife and a mother. It is probably the image of all mothers in the world.
Beyond the sea, the surface of the water is so calm and peaceful, but the deep inside of the sea is turbulent with many bubbles. The fish are obviously playing while looking at the flowers, but somehow they seem busy and fierce. Is even play a matter of survival for them? Anyway, I think it is the same as our daily life. For a quiet and peaceful day, we work hard, create bubbles, and do something non-stop, whether it's play or work.
However, that two fish will be happy to see red, which is one of the only colors that fish can see and enjoy, even in their fierce daily life. This is also one of the joys that art gives us.
What is the joy of a red flower in a fierce and tiring daily life? I think I found one of them today.
Of the two guinea pigs I have, Pinky is a cute piggy with white, orange and dark brown colors. It has been two months since they came to my house. During this time, his body length was about 12 inches, and it has grown well with full size. They are healthy guinea pigs that play well, are lovingly tamed, and eat well. While holding my blush to groom for the day, I noticed that the color of the fur on Pinky's buttocks was heart-shaped.
We fill them with hay all day, change the water, clean, bring vitamins and snacks, and nail cutting and grooming all day long, but they give us a lot of joy and happiness for sure.
During this exchange of labor and joy, the piggies have also become very accustomed to our house and family. Now they don't wary us in the slightest, but rather shake the cage, swarming us for carrots.
Squash, who was the most vigilant among them, now stretches his legs comfortably and rests well where we can see it.
Observing nature and animals like this is a lot of fun.
There is an artist who became famous for painting animals after observing them. She is a Belgian artist named Adele Renault.
Belgian painter Adele Renault was with his friend George Keaton and photographer Maria Naella. After hearing the story of Pigeon Camp that they were living together, she decided to paint as his new subjects. After that, she started observing the camp from time to time and delicately capturing his various appearances on a large canvas.
This pigeon friend, who became a family member of Keaton and Naela, has a patterned different vest to distinguish it from other pigeon friends. He wears a vest and repeats the routine of flying and playing outside to his heart's content and then returning when the sun goes down.
Especially personally, her delicate and beautiful feather expression is enough to capture the heart.
The artist who communicates with nature and the nature that inspires them infinitely can be confirmed in the form of talent in our lives, where we are receiving gifts without any reward.
Myungja Anna Koh