Saturday, September 03, 2011

some days...

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19 comments:

Dale Anne Potter said...

LOVE the colours Alisa!
I see you adding black pen drawings to this....

Joyce said...

Such beautiful colors! :-)

Beka*B said...
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beka {ginger*urchin} said...

I know what you mean... this is wonderful, messy, colourful and highly inspiring... looks like an idea I worked with recently from Carla Sonheim's book where you do messy swipes and then look, look, look to see a shape appear. Like cloud watching only with paint/colour... Fun! I can see this being covered with your lovely doodles :)

Flavia said...

Woman, you are inspiring!! If anyone ever asks you what you do in life, please do tell them: I inspire! Thank you so much!!

Lee S. said...

So so pretty!

Loretta said...

So Deep! hugs!

Roberta said...

Fantastic colors.
Excuse me, finding inspiration in your work, I realized questo

Baci Roberta

Sea Mist and Sunsets said...

Oh, that is fine!

Kasey said...

My art students ALWAYS ask to take home their paint napkins! So we framed several of their left over paint paper towels and they look so good!

Bren said...

Amen sister!

Tricia said...

yes... me too... my wipe up rags are often better than my 'work'...

Terri said...

Yummy!

Leslie Tucker Jenison said...

With a palette like that....!

Tracie said...

Totally "get" that! Feel the same way often!

Lesley said...

Oh yes!!
:)

Ana Gonzalez said...

I agree, stains and colors are very interesting as those spontaneous washes that are left in your palette

tinyparticlesoflight@blogspot.com said...

I totally get that!

xo
Cortnie

Ro Bruhn said...

I use disposable plastic plates as my palettes when I teach classes, then cut them into flower shapes etc to stitch into my journals. Love the colours on yours, so juicy.

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