Becca’s Art

“Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.”
~~ Pablo Picasso


Watercolors are a new medium and outlet in my “creativity rehab” activities. I completed my first exercise with watercolors in the summer of 2010.

It is funny, I never have been a fan of abstract work … and here I am creating it each time I pick up the brushes.

The creation of each piece is without a preconception of the piece’s result. I follow the lead of the brushes, paint and Spirit. I only discern when the piece is finished, when I “hear Finished!” No matter my stance about the piece at that point, I lay down the brushes. I am always surprised with the completed pieces. Even though these pieces of art are part of a meditative exercise, I have names for each.

However, rather than listing my name for the creation  … I am interested in what you see in it? What does it say to you? How does it make you feel?


~~~ See the different sections of “Paintbrush Editions” ~~ ENJOY!! ~~~

To locate “Paintbrush Editions”:  Click Becca’s Art in the header above.



6 Responses to Becca’s Art

  1. Wow, just found you Becca through Haiku heights and I love your work. Will be following now!


  2. Gary says:

    I stumbled on you blog tonight, perhaps mostly urged on by a sense of curiosity.
    You see, I’m a regular visitor at
    I typically visit anyone who comes to visit RoughWaterJohn’s blog, leaving behind wonderful comments as you did.
    It appears at first glance that I have plenty of blog to enjoy, now that I have found your pages.
    I enjoy art and I see that you have an abundance. I think I’ll enjoy some time alone with your paintings and then write…write…write

    ps. I like the following words on your pages: “All Is One With Our Creator”

    Absolute Best Regards….


    • Becca Givens says:

      Gary – what an honor for you to visit! I hope you enjoy your time amongst my creativity rehab and meditative art pieces … I hope they speak to you in the manner in which serves your highest good the best! Thank you for visiting!


      • Gary says:

        Before I begin offering my impressions of your work, I decided to quickly sift through a few pages of paintings to get a feel for my immediate impression (reading the book by its cover)

        When you see a child drawing a picture of a family in tact, you recognize members, some holding hands, other being held. You might see pretty flowers and trees, a dog playing happily on the the yard. Mom stands next to Dad, and you might see penciled smiles on everybody’s faces.

        I see your paintings in a similar way, they are wholesome and rich with value, in tact, plenty of happiness and contentment.


  3. Pat Cegan says:

    This works well, Becca. Good job! A blossoming closet blogger. Nutella and peanut butter crackers coming your way! hugs, pat


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