free-flow art/haikus

the in-betweens • 26″ x 22″ acrylic & cutouts on foam board in reclamed, painted frame

wordless running free

crazy wild looking glass blues

if only selfies

could show the truly

outlandishly bright, brilliant

trails we sometimes blaze!

wave by/© Blissbait Art

All artwork, poetry, etc. (unless otherwise noted) are by/© Katy Boyer & Blissbait Art. All rights reserved. 

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20 thoughts on “the in-betweens • 26″ x 22″ acrylic & cutouts on foam board in reclamed, painted frame”

    1. Love that! Thank You, Suzanne!!! And it’s a little over 2 feet long and a tad shy of 2 feet high. Going out today on a mission to find a large piece of wood that I can reclaim and paint! I have a large picture brewing in my head/heart/soul that’s basically screaming for me to start! Very exciting!!! 🤗❤️🤗

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      1. I’m awfully silly for not looking at the dimensions right in the title 😂. Oops. 🙃 I was mesmerized by how long it must have taken you to make this with so many details. I do hope your mission was successful and that you found just the piece you were looking for! That sweet moment of knowing is always exciting! I can’t wait to see the beauty that your head/heart/soul creates with it!!! 🤗❤️🤗


  1. Beautiful creation, and thought-provoking words. I love how it shows the amazingness of us all underneath what’s on the surface, those trails we can blaze that aren’t shown in a simple ‘selfie’!
    Caz xx

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