A recent donation I have made is to Pike Moor Vets in Bolton.
Caroline is not only a wonderful, talented artist, she is good business woman. She and I communicated several times before I made my purchase of one of her paintings. It really caught my eye and was the perfect combination of colors for my office. Now, it inspires me daily. Caroline puts her heart and soul into her selections of what to paint and then allows that heart and soul to emerge on the canvas. The end result is amazing. I feel very honored to have my first authentic piece of artwork hanging in my home to be from Caroline Boff.
There is a phrase akin to share your stuff.Having spent most of my waking life not telling anyone anything including to my mother I find myself discovering that sharing my feelings is imperative to my life and survival really.
I am trying to maintain the balance between paperwork and time in my studio. It has been a difficult journey, as for a while I thought I had to be chained to my computer desk trying to figure things out. It is recently that I have been released back into my studio more often - by myself I might add.
Hi all,Whilst the rain relentlessly beats down I find myself in a contemplative mood. Why is it when there is so much to do there are not enough waking hours in the day yet when there is not much to do boredom easily strikes and time just seems wasted. Balance we cry and maybe planning and self assertion is necessary.In my attached painting -'Rumours?...Own Your Own' I painted almost in a frenzy of creativity and in a flow state.
Hi all,It is nearly three am and I have just finished my new painting 'Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired'. I painted psychedelic pink street flowers in the background with System Three then applied Liquitex and Americana Multi Surface Satin.
Hi all,I am writing to consider the evolution of my practice. Whilst I adore art I can find myself not knowing whether to paint something or not. This is because I am trying to balance and organise my time between the creative practice and business side of my work.
As I consider how much feeling has to do with life I refer to
my painting here. I do think that kindness is everything and feeling your
feelings rather than being detached from the world around you or numb to it.
That is why I consider for men and women that crying is a necessary part of
like which helps not hinders.
As I become more prolific in my painting I ask myself who am
I as an artist?
I do paint my emotions and each painting is a reflection of
that in lots of different ways.
I am wondering - what is it that I am trying to say? What
does my painting say to people?
As valentine's day grows nearer it has absolutely no
excitement about it for me at all. I just feel that yes it is created from an
economical construct but I used to be romantic about it. Not anymore. After let
down after let down the rose tinted spectacles are officially off. I am
seriously doubting whether there is anyone for me at all but that isn't a
recent phenomenon. The whole thing (life) just seems pointless. There is the
question, why are we here - but I can't be bothered to ask it. What is the
Rosalind Panda Dykla, born in India and living in Pittsburgh, PA in United States of America is an artist that draws inspiration from daily life events, surroundings, life and nature! She paints primarily in oil, acrylic, pastel and uses mixed media to create unique patterns and textures on canvas.
Recently UK based contemporary artist Caroline
Boff and I interviewed each other about our artistic practice and what drives
us to create visual art. Caroline paints vibrant large scale canvases that
intermesh abstraction and representational art. It’s been a great honour for me
to chat with her about our art! Here is Caroline’s interview with me about what
Recently the Spain based Australian artist Melissa Corbett and I
interviewed each other about our artistic practice and what drives us to create
visual art. Melissa creates wondrous thought provoking work. Here is part one:
Melissa’s interview of me and my work.
Here is my painting ’Steps’ in Mind magazine this month!
What if you could live the life you have always wanted?
I am so thrilled to be in it and involved! Happily Her Royal Highness the Duchess
of Sussex is guest editor. For the photos have a look at my 'As Seen In' page.
I agree with Harry's views on racism - enough is enough! In this month's Vogue
Meghan is revealed as having grace, kindness, bravery and being an all-round
good human being, an inspiration for us all!
#carolineboff #BritishVogue #Meghanand Harry
exhibited at The Other Art Fair, London from 14th to the 17th March with Art
Below. My painting of Tiger's Eye was on billboards at Bethnal Green stations
in London for 2 weeks running up to and during the fair. Also, you can now
also find my work on Saatchi Art online!
I hope you are enjoying the Christmas countdown!
One of my new paintings, "Be present" is
chrismassy. I amused myself in painting it.
My latest donations have been made to Great Ormand Street
Hospital. I hope they help!
I hope you all have a great Chrismas and New Year.
Cup of tea and mince pies for me - rock and roll!
And with my lovely family of course.
Bobby and Lilly say hi.
See you all soon.
Love and Hugs,