Building Sandcastles and Watching the Ocean Have It’s Way With Them

DSC_0337It’s very, very messy you guys–and playful, and joyful, and happy– being me.

Many many creative people are like this, you know–we play a lot– our art is our play, actually.

As you may have noticed, lately, I’ve been playing a lot online.

It’s been fun–makes me feel the way I used to feel as a kid at the beach, building little sandcastles, and then tearing them down again just for fun, or watching with wonder as the ocean has its way with them–filling up the moats, smoothing out the edges, flattening the pointier parts, turning them into something differently beautiful.

I can imagine that some of you have been puzzled, in a curious and hopeful sort of way, with faith in the ride of course, if not the driver.

I will be making a few more changes.  I’ve included my maiden name Huntley in my moniker:  the reason being–when I google “Margaret Harrison artist” at the very top of the list is a UK feminist who has swords and fangs and such coming out of the nether regions of the female anatomy–not that there’s anything wrong with all of that, of course–just not my style. 😉

I will continue sharing my ART (paintings and photos) here accompanied by tiny stories about my life as an artist both today and in the past. 

I will  also invite you into my studio as I paint!  A new series has been building in my head for years!  Giggle.DSC_0340

I LOVE having you here. Though I paint mainly to please myself, it would be so lonely without YOU here to ride along with me.

Thank you for hanging on as we ramble down this beauty road together. ❤ ❤ ❤

Author: Margaret Huntley Harrison

I’m a painter using my gifts to transform the seemingly ordinary into the beautiful and extraordinary. What I love more than anything is tracking down, creating, and spreading the beauty in our amazing world! And I LOVE helping you find and spread your beauty into your home, your family and your world. Art for sale: Margaret Huntley Harrison

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