You have my close attention with your new directions. Way to go!
This is too weird. Due to my bandaged finger, I'm not allowed to pastel for a couple of days, so today I prepped a piece of sandstone-colored Richeson with a black acrylic wash. Doesn't look exactly like your start, but it's definitely a cousin.
P.S. I'll photograph my start, but then I'm not going to look at what you do until I'm finished.
okay you have really done it this time!!!!!!this is absolutely brilliant/sublime/amazing WOW!!!!!!!every mark is ..just..WOW!* i have been so blocked lately-viewing this has sparked some artcitement!
This is so different from your normal I like it very much . It is so full of the kind of emotion I strive and fail to capture in my work.
Hi Casey -- the more I learn about art, the more I discover I don't yet know about art.
Sam -- that IS weird! It will be interesting to see if these cousins look like one another when they are done, too. Sorry about your injury -- did you get stitches, too?
Jan -- sparks lead to flames. Hope you're burning into your next idea! Glad to help with the beginning of it, too. I'll be watching to see what comes next.
Between Jan and me, it sounds like you've started some trouble. But, haha, let's blame Casey!Only patience heals punctures.
Sam -- starting trouble ... I like that! We can blame Casey for the simple abstracted value composition and Dawn Emerson for the acrylic pastel ground over charcoal on BFK process. Or we could take credit ourselves and see where it goes. I'm excited!Punctures are painful. But they do heal. Patience is a virtue, they say, but I say that it's overrated.
What a new adventure! I see the Casey influence and also that of Dawn from watching her YouTube demo that was one of your links.Nobody will ever say Katherine's paintings are boring. A new discovery around each corner.
I like this - waiting to see next steps!
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