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Learning to Live with Me

 In Abstracts, Acrylics, Red's Art, The Blues

Print available for this painting

Medium: Acrylic

Original sizes:
  • 48" x 80"
  • 80" x 48"
Print sizes:
  • 36" x 48"
  • 30" x 40"
  • 24" x 48"
  • 24" x 36"
  • 18" x 36"
  • 24" x 30"
  • 18" x 24"
  • 12" x 24"
  • 48" x 36"
  • 40" x 30"
  • 48" x 24"
  • 36" x 24"
  • 36" x 18"
  • 30" x 24"
  • 24" x 18"
  • 24" x 12"

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Learning to Live with Me

Like most artists, I am continually challenging myself to improve my artistic creations. At times, battling with myself on the direction a particular painting should take. Sometimes, I find that I am doing more thinking instead of allowing the creativity to flow. This always gets me into trouble resulting in me not satisfied with me.

This particular painting is an example of one of those times that took a while to accept me and be me, the artist. Hence the name “Learning to Live with Me”.

The Words from Gary Allan’s song Learning to Live with Me are so true. Here is the chorus:

“Is anybody satisfied with who they really are

You could be the moon

And still be jealous of the stars

You gotta’ learn to swim

If you can’t walk upon the sea

So I’m learning to live with me”

“The greater the artist, the greater the doubt. Perfect confidence is granted to the less talented as a consolation prize.” –  Robert Hughes

This painting can be also be hung horizontally.

Abstract, Acrylic

Footnote: The painting you see is the result of painting over the canvas 3 times before I finally or think I finally am happy with this piece. Being me can require a few tries.

Dare To Feel,


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