Thursday, September 29, 2011


And so, that's what I did.
Morning Art time today was a fabulous adventure.
(Although, I skipped my 1.5 mile walking in beauty) 
I could have probably kept fiddling with this but my time was up. 
I'm showing the collage again so you can see the changes which I think is very interesting and though you might think so too.
At some moment I thought it began to have a "Klimt" vibe to it.
A Klimt vibe in Norah'S sort of way.

This is painted on a 78 record album cover. I'll do the next collage on the inside. 
Can't wait.
Oh, I forgot to tell you, I used just about all metallic paints.  Wish you could see it IRL.
♥♥

27 comments:

  1. OMG! WOW! I think you are brilliant!

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  2. I can't wait either - this is FANTASTIC; I'm green with envy at how you have pulled this together.

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  3. so cool, sharon! i think i may try and buy katie's DVD~i love the story that is appearing here...

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  4. This one is very beautiful!! Reminds me of old Egyptian Queens and surroundings.

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  5. and you were worried about collage!

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  6. oh, oh, oh!!! this is amazing Sharon, beautifully amazing!!

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  7. She is so fabulous, Sharon! When I first looked it it I thought you might be doing the "Klimt Challenge" with Gritty Jane. I love Klimt's works (most of them--some make me blush!)

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  8. Hi Sharon,
    Been a while.
    Lurveee your latest art pieces!
    My favourite is the metalic piece, wish I could see it in real life.
    Creative hugs,
    Anna

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  9. This is truly amazing. I think you have collage licked now. You can't say that you aren't good at it anymore.

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  10. Wow sharon!! Amazing!! So beautiful!! I am in katie's class too but am a bit behind. Love this collage!! :)

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  11. Wasn't that just the most fun, such a big success of beauty and boldness.
    the gathering of pieces, quickly or over osme days???

    The gathering is like getting an invitation and not having just the right thing to wear, one has to look some more.

    I hope that this is the sort of piece you can't quit looking at.

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  12. Thanks for showing this progression - it's a very interesting technique you have used. I love this work - it has this regal feel about it.

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  13. Beautiful piece with such an Egyptian feel. And on an album cover! Brilliant idea!

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  14. What a neat idea. I love it!

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  15. Wow! This piece turned out great! It is just gorgeous. Thanks for sharing.

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  16. What a beautiful painting!!! Fantastic!!!
    You inspire me so much with all of your art!

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  17. YOU are killin' me...absolutely stunning and so very inspiring! thank you xo

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  18. Sharon, this is just beautiful...fantastic work, and the colors...wow!

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  19. She is so gorgeous....reminiscent of the power, beauty and oppulence of Cleopatra!

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  20. Sharon, this is gorgeous-as always! I enjoyed seeing the progression. Thank you for your comment, too.

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  21. Shew...FINALLY,.... looking at this, I understand what collage work is all about. Its so beautifully done Sharon and I'm inspired to give my first one a go.

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  22. It's just gorgeous! And I love using metallics. Do you have the tubes of Jo Sonja's shimmer metallics? They are yummy!!

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  23. I can see why you would get so excited...this is so fun and interesting. What a fabulous creation.

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  24. Sharon,

    This is sooo pretty and interesting. I think it was worth the 1.5 mile, it was very inspiring for me. You are just great!!! Keep up the beautiful art. Thanks for sharing.

    Donna

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  25. Sharon, these are fabulous! Collage remains my favorite mixed media, but I don't do it well! Do I need a minimum level of drawing and collage skills to take the new class?

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