Sunday, May 02, 2010

Incognito


Waiting for her.

She came incognito





Sunday Morning ART

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I'm going to tidy up the studio now

start the week fresh

new inspiration
The video is up. Click on the Morning ART Video tab at the top.

19 comments:

  1. WOW! This is really intriguing! Love it!

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  2. I enjoyed the video so much.

    Even the part about dinner. Tell your DH he made a good catch!

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  3. The best one yet! Didn't I tell you that you would have a major "rush" creative wise. This one is mysterious and the colors are supreme. Texture is great too.

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  4. Gorgeous Sharon! You amaze me with what you can do with mere card board.

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  5. Hi Sharon, I just wanted to thank you for sharing these videos and blog posts. Inspirational! x

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  6. Lovely video! I didn't even realize that her face is not skin tone until you pointed it out in the video. It's interesting how the face stands out in the beginning piece now that I've seen the finished one. I don't think I would have been able to see her in the first place. Very interesting. Loved seeing your dinner! It doesn't get fresher than that!

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  7. I also think what Zorana said and it happens when I look at other art and suddenly realize that the face does not have to be flesh tone, and sometimes I also like a whiter face with colors from my background and just maybe some undertones of flesh.

    this painting of course has it's own sort of charm, abstractedness is always an eye catch when you have that darling face. If one can get the face so pretty or cute it seems the Hair does not matter.

    So, me oh yes lets talk about me on someone else's blog. Getting a felting project ready so when I have daughter and friend here I have something to do when she knits. Sara Lechner is a great Inspiration to me. However I don't find felting as gratifying. I do love her work tho. It is also to just sit for me and not do.

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  8. She's beautiful! The soft colors are just right for her. She has mystery and a certain playfulness about her.

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  9. You could find a needle in a haystack! You find the most beautiful stories in each piece. I would only see the color, you see the posiblities...I Love It!!
    Hugs, Mary

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  10. What gorgeous colours! Thanks for sharing her with us.

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  11. New follower, via Martha Lever...
    Creative, inspiring and fun to watch you paint and find the face. I will be back...Many Blessings, Deborah If you have a moment stop by my blog I am an artist too. Thanks

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  12. One quick question...what do you use to do the black accent lines around the color (like the outlines around the pink over her face)? I enjoy your blog so much!! Thank!

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  13. I love that face-so beautiful!

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  14. Tears prick my eyes at the uniqueness and astounding joy and beauty of this piece. Such colors, details, amazing. I love it on cardboard! So precious dear! Blessings.

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  15. May I put her on my sidebar with a link to this lovely instruction? What a joy to find this place! Blessings.

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  16. Gorgeous work! The colors are adorable. Hoping you have a wonderful week filled with inspiration.

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  17. This is so very beautiful. The colors here are soft and magical. And I love the texture of the paper showing through.

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