Saturday Scavenger Shots: Expression

Okay then! This week’s Scavenger Shot word was chosen by the newcomer Jessica over at “The Almost Adult”. She expressed her creativity by choosing the word “Expression”! Welcome to The Hunt, Jessica!

Here is my photo. Churlita recently blogged about doing some painting on canvas and it sounded like fun. I had some small, blank canvasses from an idea that went awry and thought I’d buy some paints. I really went nuts with the paints last Friday night. What you see in the following photo is what happens when I’m mentally done with the week and it’s all channeled into acrylics. It may look like a paint store vomited on some canvas, but I had lots of fun with that kind of creative expression!

painting

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9 thoughts on “Saturday Scavenger Shots: Expression

  1. Excellent work! Such a vivid infusion of a windstorm of emotions!

    Some of the best artistic works are created under stress–Michaelangelo’s Sistine Chapel, Edvard Munch’s The Scream, and now a Tara original!

  2. Laura B.: Thank you! I was glad I had an artistic example for the word this week. Not even intended!

    AlienCG: I need to come up with something else, I have one more square of canvass left.

    Eros: Thanks! I love Edvard Munch’s “The Scream”, I’ve felt that a few times in my life! Haven’t we all, though?

    NoRegrets: Thank you!

    Churlita: It was so much fun! I liked just sitting at the table, mixing colors, listening to music and just feeling like painting anything.

    K_sra: I was thinking of naming it “End of the Week”, but then I thought I would name it “Tara’s Tempest” or something dramatic. like that. Maybe “The Goose Tempest”?

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