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Put light against light - you have nothing. Put dark against dark - you have nothing. It's the contrast of light and dark that each give the other one meaning. Anything you want to do you can do here. This is a happy place, little squirrels live here and play. This is the time to get out all your flustrations, much better than kicking the dog around the house or taking it out on your spouse. I thought today we would make a happy little stream that's just running through the woods here. Now then, let's play.
- They say everything looks better with odd numbers of things.
- But sometimes I put even numbers—just to upset the critics.
- Everybody needs a friend.
Nature is so fantastic, enjoy it. Let it make you happy. Let your heart be your guide. Only God can make a tree - but you can paint one. Fluff that up.
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A tree needs to be your friend if you're going to paint him. This is your creation - and it's just as unique and special as you are. Don't hurry. Take your time and enjoy. I'm going to mix up a little color. We’ll use Van Dyke Brown, Permanent Red, and a little bit of Prussian Blue. Any little thing can be your friend if you let it be. I'm gonna start with a little Alizarin crimson and a touch of Prussian blue
I started painting as a hobby when I was little. I didn't know I had any talent. I believe talent is just a pursued interest. Anybody can do what I do. Don't be bashful drop me a line. Isn't that fantastic? You can just push a little tree out of your brush like that. And that's when it becomes fun - you don't have to spend your time thinking about what's happening - you just let it happen. We don't make mistakes we just have happy little accidents.
We'll throw some old gray clouds in here just sneaking around and having fun. We can fix anything. Anyone can paint. I really believe that if you practice enough you could paint the 'Mona Lisa' with a two-inch brush. Get away from those little Christmas tree things we used to make in school.
Let the paint work. Let your heart be your guide. That is when you can experience true joy, when you have no fear.