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August 18th, 2015





Spotted Sunset

January 6th, 2015



Today I am including another of  the Spotted Fever series in my post.  I have used almost all of that luscious dotted paper in this series.  This design is one of my favorites because of the warmth of the color.  It reminds me of a sunset. The horizontal lines remind me of a landscape and how the land and sky seem to spread out in strips of color and design as they recede into the distance. The square format would look great on a stretched canvas with the sides painted black. Although it was created on a sheet of paper, it can be ordered as a reproduction on canvas from my website.  You can view the entire series of Spotted Fever collages at my website.

Spotted Fever Series

January 6th, 2015



Back home with my paper, paint, and ink, inspiration arose from a sheet of paper I found on a clearance rack at the local craft shop.  The bold polka dots spoke to me and encouraged a series of abstract collages with the spots as a focus.  Torn paper, acrylic paints, pigment ink, and jazz radio in the background helped the design come to life.  I have completed a second in this series and a third is still on my work table.  When the lovely spotted paper is all gone, I will have to look elsewhere for inspiration or go on a hunt for more spots.  You can view the first two in the series in the abstract gallery of my website.  The third will appear as soon as it feels finished.  Fine art prints and posters are available for purchase.  Click on this link.  To see the entire collection of my abstract work, visit here.