This blog is my portfolio of artwork, a journal about my process of making art...and the things that I have no words for...


Sunday, February 21, 2010

Getting back into it...work in progress

Work in progress #1, acrylic, monotype, and sumi paper on Stonehenge paper, 8 x 8 inches, I liked this one better before I added the marks...sometimes I should just leave well enough alone! I fear it will wind up going down the 'f-it' road and turn into something else (which at times turned into a good thing)...but maybe not...there's some bits that I like, some I don't like...I'll need to spend time looking at it to see what I'll come up with next...it needs some time...

Work in progress #2, acrylic, monotype, and sumi paper on canvas, 30 x 12 inches, I'm in love with this one, I keep seeing more in it, but I don't want to muddy it up too much...(I liked the color combination so much, I had to make another one...)

Keeping busy, yet laying low, my back has been giving me a ration of grief for about a week, so I have been lying on my bum with pillows and the heating pad most of the weekend and just spent about an hour splashing some colors...now I can feel like I did a little bit of something on the work that have been sitting around gathering dust!

5 comments:

Gina said...

... my objective viewpoint finds this gorgeous ... >>> Gina
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Kelly M. said...

I agree with Gina -- I do like it, the deep hues seem to resonate. But I sympathize with the "leaving it alone" syndrome. Sometimes one pushes it just a bit too far and wham! you feel it slipping from your grasp -- :-( Hope you feel better soon!

Sharmon Davidson said...

Does the top one have a metallic paint or ink on it? It looks like copper in this photo.

jbkrost said...

I love the rawness of the work...
their like tatoos on worn leather
jb

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