Equine (Horses) Paintings

The Equine Portfolio

Mixed media, abstract paintings of horses. For more information contact

DieKrankenschwester@gmail.com

Lung Ta (Wind Horse) by jparadisi Click on image to enlarge (SOLD)

 

 

Twenty-One by jparadisi Click on image to enlarge

Calligraphy by jparadisi Click on image to enlarge

Yazzie by jparadisi (SOLD) Click on image to enlarge

Bertil by jparadisi Click on image to enlarge

Recent Posts

A Nurse’s Sketch Book

 

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Nearly a year ago, I wrote a post about mindfulness and found time for creativity, in which I described how I used downtime spent in waiting rooms to draw, or more accurately, for advanced doodling.

The practice continues. This year, I purchased an inexpensive set of crayons, which I keep in a desk drawer. During my lunch break, I take a minute or two to add a splash of color to the ballpoint pen ink drawings. None took longer than 15 minutes to sketch, usually much less.

These rough sketches don’t take the place of painting in my studio, but, there’s a certain satisfaction that comes with adapting to challenges of managing time, learning to juggle purpose and passion. Nursing provides purpose rooted in service, and passion (or a reasonable facsimile of art) blossoms from its branches. Like spring flowers following a severe winter, it will not be denied.

 

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