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My mom’s copper sun hanging in my finish room. Trying a different route, waterproof inks building them up. Lexington Grey above… Brown inks added, De Atramentis Document Brown and something I mixed up in a waterbrush! Finally, watercolors added. And … Continue reading
Playing around with Robert Oster African Gold; ink-painting! In the end added lines… I LIKE lines! This is loosely based on my Mom’s big copper sun from Mexico. It now hangs in my finish room… Happy Sun! “Paint as you … Continue reading
Ink as watercolor, in this case Robert Oster African Gold. I think I can stretch this World Watercolor Month to include this ink painting on Hahnemühle Cold Pressed Post Cards. This squatty body is such a joy to paint! “Paint … Continue reading
I love this pelican. More than most objects of mom, this and the whale (which someone in her building STOLE while we were packing) will be the best of my mom and I. She loved the ocean, we moved there … Continue reading
Like my Quan Yin posted previously, recently I’ve been adorning my Thai Buddha with my gaspeite and Hill Tribe OM necklace. I’m not sure why I do this… It isn’t necklace storage. I like the play of the green on … Continue reading
My third abstract collage… Mitchell likes but not me… Really wanted something else and it is overworked; I like the idea of writing and writing then moving the inks but like it best when some of the writing can be … Continue reading