Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Lake Champlain, Day 8

[entry drafted at Lake Champlain 6/15/18]

Sweet sweet summer day, slipping now into evening's hush as I write from the porch of our vacation cottage with our car mostly packed for our return home tomorrow.

3rd Lake Champlain work-in-progress,
18x24"; mixed media
fifth layer,
paint marker shapes, stencils, ink doodles
final layer for now,
ink and paint-marker doodles, oil pastels, veiling, print collage
detail
detail
detail

6 comments:

  1. Absolutely love those patches of veiling. Love the delicate line-work and the bold red marks!

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    1. Carol, so appreciative of your affirmation of the veiling. I had to find my internal 'brave spot' to make the leap! The delicate line-work and bold red marks were grand fun. Now, it all goes under refrigeration for a couple of weeks : )

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  2. Hi Dotty,
    Fun, to see the whole Champlain-process laid out for me! I really like the marks on the background - they look like Japanese 'something' to me. Some parts also look like stitching.

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    1. Thanks for your comments, Simone. It was fun for me to take a fresh look through your eyes, seeing the Japanese 'something' and the stitching. I took such pleasure working on these starts while on vacation.

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  3. All of your best is here. Textures! Dots, and teeth, and stitches, and circles, LOVE how it all comes together :)

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    1. Sheila, just want to say again how lovely, enlivening, nourishing, and fun it is to have you 'back' again! Thank you for reflecting to me here what I don't really see when I look myself : )

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