Why Paint Intuitive Field Flowers?

What does the word INTUITIVE mean to you? Here’s what I found in Webster’s Dictionary: Able to know or understand something because of feelings rather than facts or proof.

In the watercolor workshop I gave on July 25th, “Let’s Paint Intuitive Field Flowers”, we practiced how to paint colorful field flowers using our intuition vs. expectations.

What kind of mindset is needed to paint with intuition?

  • Give up our controlling mindset.
  • Relax and free our minds of clutter and worries.
  • Open up our hearts and absorb all the magic that enters.
  • Draw shapes and flowers without putting expectations.
  • Find the beauty in anything we draw or paint.
  • Say, “I’m ok the way I am”.

“Living in the moment means letting go of the past and not waiting for the future. It means living your life consciously, aware that each moment you breathe is a gift.” -Oprah Winfrey-

I never thought giving a free on-line watercolor class would bring me so much joy, appreciation, and gratitude. When I saw the beautiful work created by the students in my class, I forgot about the hard work it takes to pull off a workshop such as this one.

Here is a student project gallery. Aren’t they great?

I appreciate all the comments from the students who participated in the class.

I loved the class yesterday!  It really was lots of fun.  You are not only a very talented artist but a great teacher, too.  You make everything look so easy; when the truth is you are so very creative along with your natural talent. You are very generous to share your many talents.  Thank you!I look forward to the next one. -Margo-

It was really a fun class and I enjoyed a lot of just letting go and relax and draw and paint. I thought it was very interesting so see everyone’s work being so beautiful and unique. I liked what I was able to create. Thanks for the wonderful class. I’m looking forward to the next one! -Yoko-

I truly enjoyed class on Saturday. I’m working on a birthday card for a friend using my “new talent”. Hmmm… somehow my animals don’t look like yours. -Melanie-

I really enjoyed this session. I was surprised HOW NICE mine turned out. Thank you for sharing this process. -Arlene-

Kay, I absolutely loved your class. My flowers came out very pretty and I know I will do more of this. Thank you so much! This was a bright spot in a stressful time. -Sue-

I loved your class and am so excited to learn a new technique! I ordered tome pens today and more watercolor paper. Please let me know if you teach another class. -Stephanie-

What a fun Saturday morning hour! Free, open creativity, simple, colorful, whimsical etc. etc. You are so generous with your knowledge. Thank you! Sign me up for your future classes! -Garnet-

Comments

Nancy Okawa
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Kay………….

Even though I didn’t “attend” this class, I loved seeing the work of those who did. The paintings were truly delightful and expressed an appreciation of life and nature in such beautiful and fanciful way.

Nancy

KayHirai
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Nancy, Thank you for your comment. I’m glad that you enjoyed seeing everyone’s work. Yes, its very rewarding for me to teach these wonderful students who appreciate their magical moments and self-care.

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