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Hey There, Fabulous! Why Not You?!

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Hey There, Fabulous! Why Not You?!


Hey There, Fabulous! Why Not You?!


Leah Campbell Badertscher, 2015
30x40 original, acrylic on canvas

“We ask ourselves, 'Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous?' Actually, who are you not to be? You are a child of God. Your playing small does not serve the world.” ―Marianne Williamson, A Return to Love

This piece is about letting yourself be who you really are and letting yourself be seen.

The inspiration for this piece came last year after I realized I had this long list of qualities I deeply admired in other people - passion, playfulness, exuberance, boldness, sensuality, and a “larger than life-ness” - but that I wouldn't let myself go there because "that just wasn't me."

Then one day I just asked myself, “Why can’t that be me? Says who?” So all those things I mentioned above that I told myself I was not? I went there in life, in painting, and especially with this painting.

This painting is for you if you too believe in holding nothing back and playing big. This painting will be a constant reminder that it is you, always you, who is the one meant to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous.

Special Features Guide To HEY THERE, FABULOUS!:

All of my paintings have special symbolism, sometimes words and phrases, some images hidden in plain sight, and other gems that can make the painting come to life if you know what to look for. Here are three examples of special features in this painting that will help you better enjoy the painting and feel more confident and savvy about why you might be drawn to this particular piece of art:

FIRST: The Woman

Can spot the woman hidden in plain sight? (I love me a good metaphor!)


The following message is etched into the sun in the upper left corner: You shine brighter than a thousand suns.

THIRD: Use of Shape

I believe lines convey motion which convey emotion. I used a lot of curvy, rounded shapes in an overall pattern that is also very sweeping and curvy. To me this conveys sensuality and femininity. And when I take those shapes and create them using thick lines, large shapes, and vibrant colors, this creates a boldness, a strength, an unapologetic nature about that sensuality and femininity.



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