Another Facet

 

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Morning Moon
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The New Way Home by S. T. Martin
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Dawn Moon by S.T. Martin
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Blue Memory by Susan T. Martin
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Dog Walk Moon in Green by S.T. Martin
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Dance of the Banyan by Susan T. Martin
KODAK Digital Still Camera
Whose Side Moon ? Susan T. Martin

“Open Sea” and Exquisite Aloneness

This was a big endeavor for me, and I believe I have painted at least three different paintings in the course of 2 years on this one canvas…That can be one of the downfalls of being ocd and bipolar, when I can’t let a thing be good enough or ever done.

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Open Sea, acrylic on canves,by Susan T. Martin 2018
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Detail of “Open Sea” with digital edit
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Open Sea , By Susan T. Martin, acrylic on canvas. I tried to offer some perspective on the size of the work… I will post actual size soon.

So, here is the latest thought, the most beautiful and sad faced bird, and one that has had bestowed upon it men’s dreams and mankind’s heartbreaks, the Albatross…, I feel like this animal knows me, that she mirrors the exquisite alone-ness and yet oneness with all that I feel so often.

i REMEMBER SO VIVIDLY THE EXHILARATION OF BEING OUT ON THE OPEN WATER, THE SALT SPRAY KISSING MY FACE, AND NOTHING BUT THE GREAT EXPANSE OF SEA AND SKY SURROUNDING ME.