We're on the road to nowhere
About every other day I get a chance to go somewhere and work, some "freespace" somewhere beckons and I'm off. Most times this chance comes and goes because more often than not I have nowhere to go. But I've started thinking about this nowhere as an opportunity? Why not go nowhere? So yesterday, in the pouring rain, I ventured into a nonspace of a walk right to the water's edge, the clouds parted and the sun came out.
The painting above is Danielle Dimston's oil painting on linen, mounted on wood. There is a basic frame around it.
Completed in: 2005
20 x 16 inches
This piece is available for adoption through the Fine Art Adoption Network