Suddenly I Am All Pink and Lavender

21 Jan

I have been making graphics for Social Media with verses from Proverbs. I have enjoyed pairing photos we have taken with a Proverb and sharing the story behind the pictures on the other site I manage, Rebekah Lyn Books.

This picture was taken on Christmas Day on the Merritt Island Wild Life Refuge. For some odd reason this week I am gravitating toward pinks and lavender backgrounds.

It will be interesting to see if this phase continues or if I go back to photographs. Wasn’t there a famous painter who was known for his color phases?

2 Responses to “Suddenly I Am All Pink and Lavender”

  1. divoran09 January 21, 2020 at 11:31 am #

    I love your Proverbs Graphics. You do such a beautiful job with them and they are so different from what I see anyone else doing.

    I would say Van Gogh would be famous for color, but maybe not for phases. I never gave Van Gogh a lot of thought until I learned two things about him. All he EVER wanted to do was to show people the beautiful things he saw, and he was very gentle (not too gentle with himself, of course). He loved his brother Theodore with all his heart and Theodore loved him and of course supported him all his life. The song “Starry, Starry nights was written about him. I admire him for his unique way of sharing his feeling and showing things the way he saw them.

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    • Onisha Ellis January 21, 2020 at 9:32 pm #

      I was thinking Van Gogh but was not sure of my memory. Thanks for confirming it and the story about his brother. I enjoy his use of color. Our granddaughter enjoyed using vibrant colors in her art.


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