today was rainy (again), dark and dreary. the only enjoyable part was the LOUD thunder that shook the house. no lightening though. dillon had his first driving lesson today and he had to drive around in that kind of weather. talk about your quick intro to foul weather driving. i decided i wanted to paint today after spending all day yesterday sewing mini little snippet journals to sell at Artnsoul in May. i've been wanting to paint for quite some time, but tend to put it off since it takes me awhile to paint (versus other things like sewing and jewelry that doesn't take as long for me). i was channeling my inner Misty Mawn today. misty does her hands like that and she can draw, but i am here to tell you that i tried to draw a hand today and it went badly! so i opted for this easy techique to save myself from the madness! i haven't decided if this is a keeper or for sale. (that's another problem i have with paintings, i have a hard time parting with them). i will be scanning it and using the image in more work though (like a treasure box for beginners....) i also have a few more things i want to do on it. on the back of the girl, i'm going to be adding a real pair of butterfly wings that Jeff saved for me when he found a butterfly in our garden. and then i wanted to add some sort of text, but need to think about what it will say. i wanted it to be something like a common bond between the girl with her wings and the butterfly. maybe something like "as different as we seem, one common bond brings us together" or something like that.
Monday, April 6, 2009
Posted by kecia deveney at 9:52 PM
Labels: "art", Artnsoul, butterfly, collage, handpainted, Misty Mawn, painting
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this is very sweet and lovely!~ReplyDelete
I love the new painting!ReplyDelete
I love your new painting....did I tell you I like your new backround too. One of these days I will get my paints out.ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for stopping by and for the warm words :-)ReplyDelete
I LOVE your painting! Your spirit shines through.
Kecia, I think this painting is really wonderful...so soft and pretty with such a interesting and beautiful face!ReplyDelete