Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Faux Fall

When I have extra paint on my brush, I'll slap it across a piece of watercolor paper, just to see what happens. Well, in this case, I took a closer look at the paper, this brush-cleaning paper. The paint looked like a strange fall landscape, so I got out my macro lens and took a photo. Isn't it cool what we find when we really, really look? ©Carol Leigh

6 comments:

  1. love out this worked out for you.

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  2. Looks great, you should be very happy.

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  3. Laura, so glad you could take the time away from your own art, walking the dogs, walking in the woods, etc. to stop by. I'm honored. And Rich! Thank you for the comment -- yes, I'm quite happy with this image, but it was mostly the "surprise" of it that impacted me. And Carol (Carol D.?) thank you, too, for commenting. "Way cool" indeed. --Carol Leigh

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  4. Carol: Incredible piece. You are the only person I know who could simply "slap" their brush on paper and create a piece like this! Love it.

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  5. Thanks, Judy, but you give me too much credit. I ain't no painter! BeLIEVE me! --CL

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