You can get all the details on Michelle Ward's blog. Here are some of the prints that I came up with. I definitely will do this exercise again.It's messy but fun!Thanks Michelle for another great Crusade.
Susan, host of theBroken Heart Art blog, honored me with the Beautiful Blogger Award. Thank you so much Susan. You made my day!!! I appreciate your sweet compliments on my art.
Visit Susan's blog for more details on this award. Check out her artistic experiments too. I love what she did with Michelle Ward's GPP Street Team Crusade No. 39: Pulling Prints. In fact, I need to try this challenge. The deadline is May 1. So I better start creating. You can join in too.
I was sorting through some of my watercolor paintings when I came upon this copy that I had taken of one of my original paintings.The color was much richer in my original art. So I took the copy and reworked it a bit in Photoshop Elements. But I still want to find the original art.
The moral of the story - to me - is: It's time to reorganize my art work - and art supplies. Do you ever misplace paintings - or even supplies?
According to the Dick Blick site, you simply re-wet the area you want corrected, wait a few seconds, then scrub the paper with the brush, blot and rework. I purchased the set of three, in sizes 2, 6 and 12.
If you have used these brushes, let me know what you think of them. I can't wait to try them out.
This week's challenge is Oriental on the Sunday Postcard Art (SPA) blog.At first, I didn't know what to do with this theme. But then I began sorting through some Taiwan tourist brochures that I had saved from our trip years ago - and I came up with this postcard.
This is the second time that these brochures helped me with a SPA challenge. Still, DH thinks I save too much ephemera.
My short-term job position, in the outside world, is finally over. Good-bye to long work hours! Now, I can get back to blogging regularly and working on my neglected Etsy Shop. I really missed blogging, visiting other blogs and making more art.
The first ideas that I thought of were flowers and the Eiffel Tower. So I searched my stash and found the column and flowers in a Rose catalog. The Eiffel Tower is a rubber stamp. And the female image came from a vintage pattern that I purchased in a thrift store. Ironically, the pattern is called a Vogue Paris Original.
This week's theme on Sunday Postcard Art (SPA) is Bunny People.At first, I was stumped and then I put together a sketch, some paint chips, collage papers, a little Zetti and a rubber stamp to create my postcard.
Check out all the creative entries at at SPA. Have a Happy Easter - I hope you received a good amount of chocolate bunnies.