Orbs of Reason

16” x 20” Mixed media on canvas

I started this painting in 2020 when we were just introduced to lockdown. It’s taken on many shapes and forms since then, but I finally like where it’s at.

A mixture of acrylic, alcohol ink, gel sticks, and ink, “Orbs of Reason” offers a sense of calm and contemplation. Even though you may not understand the asemic writing, perhaps it’s a place where one might go to find clarity and vision?

If this painting speaks to you, it can be yours! Make me a reasonable offer!πŸ˜‰

26 Comments

  1. I like the desert landscape look and feel. There are lots of orbs in the desert. You can ride through the desert on an orb with no name.

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  2. “calm and contemplation” – exactly what I was thinking! It feels like a memory to me, living in the city, finding a space somehow where I could write, where I could see, where I could create ❀️ Lovely, Tiffany!

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  3. We are all floating around in these orbs, our auras, I feel, trying to make sense of life and reason with its meaning. Another colorful and soulful expression sister, love it πŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œ

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  4. Cool mixed media artwork, Tiffany 😎 I can imagine a serene sunset over mountain buttes, with each orb a reflection on thoughts of the day. I also like the abstract writing and color palette 😍

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  5. I see this painting in two ways, either several huge mountain formations, a red sun and orbs, a place you can go and just be silent, listen and feel. I also want to stretch my hand out and touch that pointy tip in front of the painting, it looks like made of glass or ice, cold and sharp.

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  6. I see so many things in this, as Tim I see the “orbs you can ride through the desert on a horse with no name.” That was pretty funny I bet that made you laugh Tiffany. A great song by America. Your art piece reminds me of the desert but I also see a space shuttle and the message I get is this, “We have all seen some amazing and wildly beautiful things, life will continue on. I love the colors you used as well especially the oranges. Have a great weekend my friend. Love ya xoxoxo Joni

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    1. Oh, I just love that message dear Joni, absolutely perfect, and just what we need to hear! I always love hearing what people have to say about my paintings, usually things I never would have thought, but that’s the beauty of art, everyone has their own unique perspective and everything is open to interpretation! I am off to a great start to my weekend and I hope you are too!πŸ™πŸ₯°πŸ€—

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      1. Yes I am, thank you. It is always a pleasure to look at your work but I don’t like to do it when I am in a hurry. You have to study art for a bit at least I do.
        Well happy weekend my friend and I am sending lots of love to you. πŸ€—β€οΈπŸ€—πŸŒΉπŸŒΉJoni

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  7. Oooo…it has so many stories in it!! gorgeous effects, layers of colors! Alcohol inks fascinate me but I’m reluctant to try them (scared of the fumes, etc.). Maybe this winter, when I can open all the windows). You’re inspiring me! πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

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      1. Oh – the only reason I know is bec I reacted badly to those water-miscible oils. Got headaches! So now I read about the toxins (esp airborne ones) whenever I use anything. I’m glad you’re OK. Hooray for big spaces! That air circulation matters! πŸ™ƒπŸ€—πŸ‘‹

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