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    Green + blue background rev 2.1


    The green and blue background returns for day two, but it's incognito. I kept looking at the squares of acrylic paint and turned the page around, and started to see it as a wall of abstract art. So I took an abstract watercolor I'd done a while ago (see watercolors + salt) and glued tiny pieces of that to the page, adding more squares and neocolors too. I don't think I'll add any journaling (where would I, even if I wanted to!) but the idea behind the page is that just a few years ago I didn't "get" anything out of abstract paintings. They made no sense to me. It was like the artist just splashed paint on and called it a painting. But now I adore many abstract paintings.

    Lovely abstract work: Wendy McWilliams, Mary Ann Wakely, Rebecca Rousseau

    {AEDM #2 2010}

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    Reader Comments (6)

    love the salt technique and the layer of images is giving depth!

    11.2.2010 | Unregistered CommenterRebecca Stees

    What I like about ABSTRACT is the ability to just take in all the lovely colors and lines, I don't have to think too much!! Other art, that has identifiable work, always makes me think more....And sometimes I need a break from my own 'nawgin......Love the colors here :D

    11.2.2010 | Unregistered CommenterEden

    This reminds me of little shards of mirror ~ I like the layers of other other pieces incorporated in this.

    11.3.2010 | Unregistered CommenterDawn

    It works!!! I like this...something I'd like to try!

    11.3.2010 | Unregistered CommenterMary

    This is absolutely stunning! Incredible!!!! Makes me want to go home to my studio and splash and play with Neocolors and watercolor! Thanks for the inspiration!

    11.3.2010 | Unregistered CommenterDeborah

    I love this! I keep scrolling back up and feeling as though I am looking into the windows of beautiful, lively, bold, colorful, creative spirits.

    11.3.2010 | Unregistered CommentersYda

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