Sunday, November 13, 2011

Today


seven:fifty
all done
before

9 comments:

  1. love it, sharon.....by the way, i really like using the metallic gold with the wht acrylic....awesome flesh....oh... i need to have more time for art and my back to heal....

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  2. Very nice! I am sure enjoying the collage workshop!!!! I took a class in St. Louis recently and was introduced to gold gesso by Holbein. It's a little pricey but is wonderful.

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  3. Love this, Sharon! And, I just now noticed that you did teeth! Very well, I might add. Check out my blog - adventureswithpaint.blogspot.com - I used one of the beautiful napkins you sent me to try out a new collage on multimedia artboard. PS - I'm loving the class!

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  4. Love this one as well as the Goddess of Sea and Earth on earlier post. You have one of the most interesting blogs around and I look forward to each posting. I wanted to take the collage magazine class but don't have the time right now. Perhaps you will offer it again.

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  5. Oh my goodness - love it! I love all these faces together. It gives such a cool effect in your finished piece. You are just so inspiring! I wasn't able to take your collage course...so I hope it is something that will be available later or again! :)

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  6. Great paintover technique! I think drawing, painting, and shading faces are the hardest things to do, and I appreciate seeing the work of someone who is very good at it!

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  7. Oooo....this is sooo pretty! Wouldn't it be a great to do a family collage like this? Hmmm....gives me ideas :)

    I love the peek at your workspace, too!

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  8. You're amazing Sharon, I'm loving your collage pieces! :)
    ♥Jenny

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  9. I love the dancing girl and I am here just to see her because I want one . also to look at overlaps and just study because when you have faces you love and faces you have to change. and....you want the work to go well and last a while but of course if it goes well I work on it with fury.

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