Friday, July 23, 2010

I GUESS I AM DONE..LOL

I have done all I can do for this show. I have approx. 5 hours to get a shower, and get some sleep. I wanted to show this, because painting this way is SO MUCH FUN!! You basically paint anything in any colors, and then you start subtracting from the painting..and adding..and subtracting some more. I wanted to show you three very different stages of this...I am finally happy with the bird at the end...
Live Artfully!!

13 comments:

slommler said...

Oh I love the bird!!! Thanks so much for showing the progression too! Wonderful!
Have a great show!!
Hugs
SueAnn

joanna said...

Hi Susan!! I love this new work you're doing! You are such an inspiration and the reason I started journaling!! I didn't even know what art journaling was until i came to visit your blog a couple of years ago!! thank you for sharing your work :))

Megan Hoover said...

I've seen this method before (I think Jennifer Mercedes?) -- and it's very cool. Thanks for sharing your process!! I'll have to try it soon.

Kathy Moynahan said...

I love all three!!!

pinkglitterfae said...

good luck at the show, I know you will do very well. I've enjoyed these gorgeous, bright paintings you've been creating.
This particular one, I like how it evolved, it doesn't look even close to what you started with
xoxo
betty

Isabel said...

Wow Love how it turned out!!! Hope you got some sleep:O) Have a great day

Janie Husband said...

these make me chuckle....they are fantastic....sooooo colorful

Patti said...

Oh wow, I love these pages!! So, you paint a random background then 'find' images and paint them in? What a great idea.
p.s. hope you got the sleep!

Mary said...

Suzan love the bird at the end. Let me know if it does not sell.

Hope you got some rest!!

CEDAR JUNCTION said...

I love your blog layout. It is so YOU!

Smiles,
Teresa

Sunny Lee said...

It's amazing how you started with the first picture and ended with the last one. Ya..I could tell that you had fun painting this one.
Hope your Show goes well Suzan~

S. Thomas said...

This is a really fun-looking technique, one I've never tried. The bird was unexpected and great. :)

The Dreaming Bear said...

I love it! And it's always fun to see things in stages like that! Thanks for sharing!