I love art. I have a huge passion for viewing other artists artwork as well as creating my own canvas artworks.I find it is always helpful and such a big advantage to browse the net or visit art galleries to see other artists work. I get a buzz from it and, find I am often inspired by artworks I adore, like these paintings shown. While researching on Scottish Artists the other day, I stumbled upon this beautiful artwork by Judith I. Brigland. Immediately, I was drawn to them. My eyes felt like they were opened up as full as they had ever been. The use of colour and texture inspired me as did her style. Her application of paint and movement in Judiths artwork is simple yet, absolutely stunning. The sheer beauty of her paintings is astonishing.
Painting a new life
I think to myself "I can paint this so, why not go pull out my acrylics, palette knives and brushes and get a nice large canvas and get painting!". but it is not that simple for me as life right now is focussed on our business and bringing up two young children - both of whom enjoy drawing and painting. However, future plans that we have up our sleeve will guarantee myself and my husband to be creative on canvas on a regular basis working from where we use to have a retail shop selling our art supplies. I am however, starting to slowly ease back into painting again because with so much research that I do each week for our Blog and Facebook page, I am inspired more and more and find myself painting bits here and there on canvas. These particular paintings though, have really helped encourage me to pick up my art supplies and get arty. It is such a wonderful feeling to be back in that art world of mine and expressing my emotions through colour, movement and the subject itself.
Judith here creates marvellous colourful seascapes and landscapes with beauty through use of colour and movement.View http://www.jibridgland.com/gallery.html artwork and also, http://www.duncanmiller.com/pages/artists/128/6879.html