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    Saturday
    Sep052009

    Altered Book: orange.blue rev 1.1

    "But words are things,
    and a small drop of ink,
    falling like dew upon a thought,
    produces that which makes thousands,
    perhaps millions, think."
    ~Lord Byron

    The first glimpse within a new book that I'm altering! The book is 10" wide x 12" tall, a wonderfully vast 20" x 12" when open. I'm calling the project "tekenfilm" because of the cartoonish illustrations in this children's book.


    A large canvas provides a sense of possibility! These soft blue, vivid orange and yellow pages were made with ephemera, cardstock, maps and old books. I used fluid matte medium to thin the fluid acrylics for the base layers. The orange was applied with a toothbrush! This may be phase one of this page; might journal or add a quote in the future. But for now, I love the way it came out.

    More altered book art journal pages... Live in the Now and Rev 23/30: Documented

    Reader Comments (4)

    Awesome base! Love the idea of applying the orange paint with a toothbrush! Hope you're having a super weekend! Hugs, Terri xoxo

    I ♥ your blog; I ♥ your creativity!!!

    09.6.2009 | Unregistered CommenterAmy Jane

    I LOVE your use of colours here. Very vivid.

    09.8.2009 | Unregistered CommenterDanielle

    The title of your post reminded me of a play I saw a few years ago - *Blue/Orange* by Joe Penhall - and the poem it was kinda based on - "The earth is blue like an orange" (http://french.chass.utoronto.ca/fcs195/eluard-text.html).

    Anyway, the play is awesome; the poem is interesting; your blog is as inspiring as always!

    09.8.2009 | Unregistered CommenterAmy Jane

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