Painted Stones

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Doreamon

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Doraemon
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Homage to Picasso’s Blue Nude
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Tiger in Progress
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Homage to Lichtenstein ‘Heart of Stone’
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Experimenting with Sunsets and Silhouettes
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My Favourite cephalopod

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I’ve really enjoyed taking up stone painting – it’s absorbing, creative and helps me focus on the moment. And there’s plenty of evidence to suggest that art can be of therapeutic benefit.

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Spring Hare
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Japanese Koi
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Winsome Fox
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Sea Birds
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Stones in progress

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Timmy and Abi

3 thoughts on “Painted Stones

  1. Reblogged this on The Flaneuse and commented:

    more stones ….

    Like

  2. You are so talented. Thanks for sharing these beautiful artwork.

    Liked by 1 person

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