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Showcase of the most beautiful rocks painted by artist Lidia Zingerle, winner of the RED WEEK event in RockStreet Collective 10
As you undoubtedly remember, few weeks ago our RockStreet Collective group of rock artists honoured the beauty of using the colour red in our stone paintings.
Astonishing patterns, intricate shapes, hidden symbols, love and thrill, they were all captured in the most fascinating painted rocks there are. Here is one of my most recent articles capturing some of the most beautiful red rocks posted in RockStreet Collective.
Red rocks of RockStreet Collective celebrated Here. (photo collage by artist Lysa Mignot)
Each participating artist had the chance to be featured on Instagram every day for an entire week. At the end of the week, the most successful artists of the RED WEEK event on Facebook and Instagram were Lysa Mignot from France and Lidia Zingerle from Italy.
Winning rocks of the RED WEEK event painted by artists Lysa Mignot and Lidia Zingerle
In honour of such event, it gives me great pleasure to introduce to you today one of the winning artists, Lidia Zingerle, and some of her amazing creations on rock.
Rock artist Lidia Zingerle, at Steinmalerei Lidia Zingerle
"Hello everybody! My Name is Lidia Zingerle, and I am from South Tyrol in Northern Italy.
10 years ago I started painting rocks, and now it has become my every day passion!!"
Colourful painted rocks by artist Lidia Zingerle
"I take all of my rocks from the rivers of the region I live in. I love the nature and because of this, I also use natural decorations such as old wood pieces to complete my artworks.To paint my rocks, I only use acrylic paint but no clear coating."
Stunning rock art by artist Lidia Zingerle
"My biggest motivation to continue painting on rocks is the smile on people's faces when they appreciate my work.
I usually sell my rocks at creative-expos in South Tyrol, but I also ship them worldwide."
Inquiries about acquiring art by Lidia Zingerle Here
"Since I joined RockStreet Collective, I have become even more inspired. I enjoy watching other artists' creations, their different styles and cultural influences from all over the world.
If you want to see more of my rocks, please visit my Facebook page Steinmalerei Lidia Zingerle and Instagram @steinmalerei. Thank you."
Colourful painted rocks by artist Lidia Zingerle
**To all RockStreet Collective friends, I would like to thank you again for taking part in our RED WEEK event. You are amazing! Beginnig with 29th of June, I will launch a new event of colours and joy on rocks. Stay tuned!**
THIRD ROCK FROM THE SUN by Tony Flurscheim 12
Tony Flurscheim talking this week about his first encounter with painted rocks and therapeutic benefits of rock painting
When I first saw Christine Onward’s work on the net I could sense something creative and unique there. And the universe conspires at times to arrange things…
She happened to live almost next door to where I holiday each year. At Diamond Beach, a 5 hour drive north of Sydney. We meet up for a series of rocks for my sister’s Reiki Practice Waves of Energy and order some other general pieces.
Sunrise in Diamond Beach | Photo by Tony Flurscheim | Facebook | Instagram
I can still remember our first meeting with Christine at the little café in Blackhead, nearby Diamond Beach. They have great pies there all the time. My brother-in-law is normally a placid man of few words. He was in awe when shown the rocks! He literally stood up, looked alive for a change, picked up one piece and just said: I want this one!
It came to me just then: Rock Art must bring out extraordinary drawing talents and create Healing Powers as well.
I bought some rocks and the following week I went to Canberra, our nation’s capital, to visit my friend in a nursing home. He has Alzheimer’s. I wanted to give him a rock as a gift. I handed it to him. You should have seen the look on his face!
It lit up. Full of life. He connected with the rock. He touched it, felt it, and quickly put it in his pocket.
Photo and rocks painted by Christine Onward | The Stunner Boutique
And one more twist of fate: Months later my friend in Canberra lost the rock I gave to him. It happened that Christine was also in Canberra for a brief stay. I contacted her and had her do up another piece, with my friend’s name on the back of the rock.
I have since been told he’s very happy, and the rock is his constant companion.
The third rock from the sun. It does have mysterious ways of Healing. And a big thank you, Christine for making that happen.
An interesting find | Photo by Tony Flurscheim | Facebook | Instagram
- Tony Flurscheim – Sydney, Australia