Tuesday, March 24, 2009


This is my first week back home in my studio and it's very healing! I'm picking up where I left off - with the dragonfly. Oddly enough, I started painting this subject several weeks before my fathers passing and, depending on the culture, the symbolism behind the dragonfly reflects change and light. While the dragonfly lives a short life, it knows it must live it's life to the fullest with the short time it has -- which is a lesson for all of us!

This painting is 6x6 oil on canvas.


Michaela said...

Your biggest fan will always be with you, Di.
Peace and love,

Kim Simpson said...

Just stumbled upon your blog and had to comment: Fabulous Painting! If I had the extra cash right now, I would purchase outright. That said, I have bookmarked your site. Keep up the beautiful work!
Best Wishes
Kim Simpson

Brazeau's Best said...

Love the dragonfly and the picture of your dad. I just lost my dad on December 12th and spent a month in Florida helping my siblings with the things that needed to be done.... I would like to follow you if it is all right. Your work is exellent. Deborah