Did you try the Klimt Challenge? I really wasn't going to share this with you but heck, you know me, if I take pictures then I gotta show. The truth is, I was going to offer this up for the "tea party" theme at Cloth Paper Scissors.
That's why I only showed this little snippet in Friday's post. So now you can watch her transition. Watch her come to life.
Before I give you the blow-by-blow, I should report that all my weekend chores from the to-do list have been completed.
When I feel a struggle while painting, I have come to know that it is Norah'S presence. Sometimes she quietly leads me and sometimes we resist each other. Today, we had a knock-down-drag-out!
This "Klimt Challenge" was all her idea in the first place. I had already planned to go about this Sister painting differently.
Usually, I cut out the head from the plain paper print to transfer to the canvas. Here you see I have used the whole square. I thought it would be fun to see what might happened and how I might incorporate them. So, in the above, the images have been transferred using Golden Soft Gel (matte).
Next, I start putting color on the canvas. This is therapeutic and this is when I start to daydream. Que Norah'S entrance.
Enough for this week,