by Susan Irving
A couple of things I have done of late: experimenting with pours and what I can do with them.
“My Side of the Story” ,mixed media 12 x 10 , was a dismal pour on cradled board that I decided I might as well play with. It has been embellished, as so many stories often tend to be, hence the title.
Having wasted so many canvases and cradled boards, not to mention paint, trying to do something with acrylic pours I decided to try doing them on paper until I get better at them. Not wishing them to be total wastes, I cut out interesting bits, paste them onto card stock, and make them into greeting cards, and give them names. “Sunrise” “Secret Glade” and “Goldfish” are the ones I have made so far.
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Oooh I particularly like Goldfish, Susan. It seems your process lends itself to unlimited creativity.
This sounds like a lot of fun.
Nicely done. Nothing wasted on these!
I really love Secret Glade, but they are all very interesting! Your experiments are never wasted!
The goldfish is so bright and cheery! Love the abstracts.