After All That…I Need A Cuppa Tea


Copyright 2012 Lorelei Walsh Park

Yes, this sold at an auction along with three others..coming to a blog site near you…of course I erased all those pencil lines first before framing but it sold nonetheless and you know …when I closely examined the works of Paul Klee and Henri Matisse, I could see their pencil lines and other imperfections so with that I have certainly been able to accept my own!  I hope you can accept them too!  Enjoy and, as always, keep making art!


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  1. “when I closely examined the works of Paul Klee and Henri Matisse, I could see their pencil lines and other imperfections…”

    It makes a big difference being able to see original artworks by some of these celebrity painters. Then you can see the imperfections that often don’t show up in reproductions. I particularly noticed this when I saw an original Lichtenstein. His work looks so crisp and perfect in art books, but “in the flesh” I saw his work was much less precise than it appeared in reproduction.

    And congratulations on becoming a “professional” painter.

    • Exactly, it made a huge difference for me to see that and it certainly helped me to relax with my work and just “let it be”. Thanks so much for your congrats. Wow ” professional” painter! Sounds great! Such wonderful comments..thank you so very much.

  2. Congratulations dear Lorelei, this should be so nice feeling, I am so happy as much as you… I loved this cuppa tea and I love your style, you are doing great… Thank you, have a nice and inspirational day, with my love, nia

    • thanks nia. I really love to make art and really try to just “go with it” The “cuppa” comes from the way that I would usually say I am in need for a cup of tea when in my hometown. We just say “cuppa” instead of cup of! Thank you so much for your wishes and I hope you too have an inspirational day!

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