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    Monday, April 10, 2006

    Inspire Me

    Another challenge group I joined, Inspire Me Thursday. The topic is posted on Thursdays, and you can post your results at any point during the following week. The topic this week is "a Series of Art". This is my first series ever, and I had a lot of fun with it.

    Medium: Acrylic paint on regular printer paper.
    Tools used: Liner brush, fan brush, wadded up printer paper from previous attempt to come up with an idea. *laugh*
    Time spent: 10 minutes (20 counting the brainstorming time I spent :P)

    The colors are a lot richer in person, but my scanner didn't show it very well. The gold showed up as a bronze-ish color for example. *smile* I'm very pleased with the results.

    Any ideas on what to name it? Let's make it a contest! *grin*


    Anonymous said...

    I vote for Grapes of Summer


    Teri C said...

    Wonderful colors and the fun you had is so apparent. Thanks for sharing the smile.

    firstborn said...

    love the colors...it looks like a happy piece!

    the heartful blogger said...

    Wow, this is gorgeous.

    How about Spring in Blue?

    Robyn said...

    I love the way that you have tied each of the panels together with the next one.

    Scratches & Scribbles

    Sharon Wisely said...

    Beautiful Blues!

    scarecrow said...

    This is a nice piece!
    I beleive that I would call it
    In the Garden of Bden.

    This week was my first post in Inspire me Thursday also.

    And looking at your Blog, we must be neighbors.


    TXArtcGal said...

    Beautiful images...and, love the colors! I'm sorry your scanner didn't do yours justice. My camera didn't capture my colors correctly either...and, I didn't have much time for color correction! Anyway...I'm glad you joined Inspire Me Thursday!

    melanie komisarski said...

    A lovely series... you did you really great in creating a connection between the pieces!

    Thanks for participating at Inspire Me Thursday!

    carla said...

    Ten minutes! Wow! These are really beautiful:>