A Unique Geranium View

I had to look at this geranium differently.  I took this picture standing on the top rung of a ladder, then looked down and snapped this shot. I couldn’t see painting the same old Geranium pot and leaves, so I ventured to a new plateau! I’ll be sure to paste the finished product along with the seaside painting as well. I love different and unique views 🙂

Here is some interesting insights on the color red…

Red Energy

Red is associated with fiery heat and warmth. It can also mean danger (burning).

Red is the color of blood, and as such has strong symbolism as life and vitality. It brings focus to the essence of life and living with emphasis on survival. Red is also the color of passion and lust.

Put some red in your life when you want:

  • increased enthusiasm and interest
  • more energy
  • action and confidence to go after your dreams
  • protection from fears and anxieties
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~ by DebbyFrisellaDesigns on August 10, 2011.

8 Responses to “A Unique Geranium View”

  1. and now to find some red coffee! lol i don’t think the color alonde will do it!
    Love the geranium!

  2. Cool composition from the top. Will look forward to the finished painting. Thank you for all the info on the red. I just finished a painting with a lot of red in it, Debby.

  3. […] Debby Frisella talks about the color red here. […]

  4. Love the angle and the position in lower left corner, great composition and color. And as for putting Red into my life… does blood shot eyes count because of staring at a computer 10 hours a day? No, I didn’t think so, maybe a red shirt instead. Very cool painting!

    • Oh Ryan, you crack me up! Bloodshot eyes? Huh, could that mean over worked and underpaid which leads you to see red? 🙂 jk I am trying to get away from ocean paintings for a bit. But I really love when I do flowers…I don’t think we understand just what they are made up of. Every time I do a flower painting I learn more and more about the plant’s characteristics. All the little veins, hairs, birthmarks etc. Fascinating isn’t it? I think I want to do a Gerber Daisy next. Thank you for your kinds words. 🙂

  5. Beautiful geraniums. And thank you for the information on the color red.

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