I’ve held a paint brush again!

I decided to take all my acrylic paintings down from my lounge wall, it’s something I’ve been meaning to do for a while now, I have lots of digital paintings so why not! Gone are the days of having one painting on the wall for years.

When I took down all the acrylic paintings the wall was a mess with nail marks and pencil marks ( John the perfectionist) but not that perfect that he doesn’t wipe the pencil marks off 😉

I knew I had to bring out the apple white paint out to touch up the wall. I used one of my long-handled art brushes and as soon as I put it in my hand it felt wonderful. I didn’t realise how much I had missed holding a brush.

Shall I paint some sort of mural up here I asked John who after hammering four new nails in to my exact specification was not impressed. 🤷🏼‍♀️ So I just painted over the marks and let it dry before giving it another coat.

The wall looks so different now, this was it before. A riot of different colours.

This is it now…..

Much less colour…… but it goes well with the new rug, which is very colourful  😎

Whatever you’re doing, have a great day 🦊

13 Comments on “I’ve held a paint brush again!

  1. Oh it’s so beautiful and very colourful! I wish I had place in my house to put up all my paintings. The feeling of holding a paint brush is very therapeutic.


  2. I love the idea of painting a wall right now, but letting go of perfectionist tendencies and just going a little crazy with it… I think it could be therapeutic!
    The wall looks great freshly adorned with your beautiful more recent art 😀

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