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A smashing post

“One must maintain a little bit of summer,
even in the middle of winter.”
Henry David Thoreau

Smashed the page below to get the page above, yes the photo color is a bit off in the lower one.


If you can take the excitement, more fluid acrylic smashings here.

Yes. Day SIX of Art Every Day Month at Creative Every Day. Are you playing along? If you are running out of time each day, try doing just an index card {remember that project?}. No shame whatsoever. It counts.

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Reader Comments (6)

I'm playing along! Just not posting every day. My work isn't fit to be revealed on a daily basis! A disembodied face that's partially painted isn't fit for public consumption. ;)

11.6.2011 | Unregistered CommenterOpal

I seem to be playing along, although I'm lagging a day behind! These are beautiful pages - I love the idea of smashing, this is being added to my 'Inspiring things' bookmarks, to be tried at a later (but hopefully not much later) date!

11.6.2011 | Unregistered CommenterRachael

Oh I love the painting and the quote!!! Humm paint smashing huh? Now why have I never thought of that :) Love your work!

11.6.2011 | Unregistered CommenterCarol Samsel

love the term Paint smashing... thinking I might add that to my list for the week xx

Interesting and very random.

11.6.2011 | Unregistered Commentertina

Wow! I love the colors here, especially the purple one! Lots of cool energy!

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