in case you forgot... click here to read about it)
I thought gremlins or mice had made away with my artwork? heh, heh, (embarrassed face) well my DH solved the case!
The paper holding the good ones, had curled up tightly, fallen out of (my) sight and wrapped itself in a "Cloak of Invisibility"
Yep, that's right.
DH found it right after I painted some replacements! Yipee! More to play with! This little spiral...
this bland one from the first try was used to soak up excess paint from the second go.
I really like how it looks like a shadow of a bird and leaves.
Or it does to me. I'll be cool when stamped, stenciled or gilded.And quilted.
Here they are all together....
Came out differently, huh?
The one on the right was in the paper that rolled up and hid.
Those all came out more blended.
The next two were twirled into spirals then paint poured on....
Well, now I am loving it. To me, it looks like a sunset picture of Lake Placid with a tree on the left in the foreground. Reflections, mountains on the lake.
Well, that's how I see it, and how I will quilt it and then how I will view it when it's finished and on the wall. That's how I approach abstract. I see something recognizable in a piece and then I can enjoy making it.
True to myself, I am neither abstract nor realistic but somewhere in between. Never really fitting.
Tomorrow I will show you what I did with these next!