Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Blog Post Mind

Collage on matte board, 5 x 7 inches
Here are two small collages I completed during the past week.  The backgrounds were painted months and months ago.  I have a stack of UFO paintings and collages that I'm working my way through, slowly...in addition to making new work.

Often, between blog posts, and usually while I'm trying to meditate, I'll have thoughts or ideas that I want to share here.  And then when I do post, I can't think of much to say.  So, no stories today.

The winner of last week's pen giveaway has been notified.  Thanks to those who entered.


Collage on matte board, 5 x 7 inches












This week's giveaway is a small painting on hardboard, 6 x 6 inches.  The giveaway painting is the last image below.

To enter the drawing, either leave me an email here, or include your email address in the body of your comment to this post.  I'll do a drawing on Wednesday December 9 and I'll email the winner directly.  Don't hesitate to enter; your chances of winning are excellent.

Acrylics and tissue paper on hardboard, 6 x 6 inches

4 comments:

MegWeaves said...

Pick me, pick me! megweaves@gmail.com.

For me, blogging is a record of my thinking as I keep no notes/records from what I do elsewhere. Earlier this year I couldn't be bothered turning thoughts into words and also I thought I was moving to another kind of thinking by not verbalizing, but when I try to look things up in the blog, trying to replicate or avoid something, it's not there. I guess it's "To each, her own."

Have a good day. I'm hoping it will rain some more.

Judy Sall Fiber Art said...

I love your collages, especially the first one! I'm trying to find time to delve into some mixed media, including collages... definitely on my "must try" list. I would be very happy if I could create some as good as these. As for your blog, I can only speak for myself, but I love hearing about what you are working on, or working through! And seeing the results of your efforts is always inspiring. Thanks for sharing!

Alice said...

I'm really attracted to the first image, the collage with orange in it (or at least it looks orange on my screen). It's happy but not saccharine, busy but organized. Satisfying.

john said...

I am taken by the blue work. You achieved so much depth. The circular shapes remind me of those Greek glass circles which I love, too. :-)