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    Art Journal: Spring

    "Some people are still unaware that reality contains unparalleled beauties.
    The fantastic and unexpected, the ever-changing and renewing
    is nowhere so exemplified as in real life itself."
    - Berenice Abbott

    9x12" loose art journal page, watercolor paper, collage, fluid acrylics, neocolors, fiber paste

    When I was painting grunge backgrounds the other day, I found an unfinished collage with my loose art journal pages... so I had to add some color and move it forward. And here are the results. I started with a mixture of red and magenta, then added some green to the page, and then it looked rather christmassy, so I thought that orange-yellow might be a good neutralizer. But really... I don't love the colors... and that is why there is ALWAYS room for another layer in art journaling! So another layer, and a quote, and... one never knows.

    Reader Comments (3)

    It might need some purple and some glitter! Glitter often helps if you ask me. It doesn't look too Christmassy to me...

    03.26.2010 | Unregistered CommenterMissKoolAid

    Fabulous colours, I am sure that you inspire many people to get out and enjoy being creative.

    03.27.2010 | Unregistered CommenterBlu

    Love the colours!

    03.29.2010 | Unregistered CommenterLizbeth

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