Sepia Flow

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Sepia-Flow

Sometimes it is hard to start a project. Sometimes it takes a catalyst. Here is an example of a painting with a catalyst. Lynley had been making some small paintings, but got disgusted, and threw them away. I fished them out of the trash, and painted over them, reacting  to what she had done. I really enjoy painting over old paintings because the history shows in the added richness of the textures, colors, etc.

I spend a lot of time out in nature. This painting was influenced by my observation of streams flowing through the rocks, moss, and leaf matter.

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March 2, 2011

Jennifer @ 11:14 am #

I like the idea of how you did the painting, as a reaction to what someone else had done. I bet that was fun!

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