Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Art Every Day, 19 July 2017

Today, a fun watercolor of birds and bamboo on rice paper.  Controlling the water on this un-sized paper was the most difficult part of the effort.



Item 49/365:





See you tomorrow!

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Art Every Day, 18 July 2017

Summer is my favorite season.  I love the warm days and lots of sunshine.  Here in Montana, the sun is setting after 9 pm and the twilight lingers for a couple more hours.  The humidity is generally low and the weather is really comfortable.  I was inspired by the bright sun early in the day to showcase some weed leaves to make this little card.  The weathered wood surround is alcohol markers on bristol.

Item 48/365:





See you tomorrow!


Monday, July 17, 2017

Art Every Day, 17 July 2017

My worktable gets messy very quickly, so today, another clean-off-the-mess collage card.  The background was done when I was playing with Tim Holtz Distress Oxides, which I then splattered with Daler Rowney FW Pearlescent inks.  The two irises were a lucky find in my scrap die-cuts box.

Item 47/365:






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Sunday, July 16, 2017

Art Every Day, 16 July 2017

Today, my work is this little black bird card.  The background is a mix of watercolors and gold mica powder.  The bird and his branch are sumi ink.  The bird's eye is covered with glossy accents.

Item 46/365:





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Saturday, July 15, 2017

Art every Day, 15 July 2017

Today, my art every day piece is a greeting card, this is item 45/365.





Hope your weather is wonderful today on St. Swithin's Day!  We are fortunate to be having a gorgeous day, today, so 40 more just like it would really be terrific!

See to tomorrow!

Friday, July 14, 2017

Art Every Day, 14 July 2017

I had done a bunch of cards similar to this one a few years ago, and wanted to give it a bit of an update.  Watercolor and colored pencil.

Item 44/365:



See you tomorrow!

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Art Every Day, 13 July 2017

This card is for a friend who is under the weather.  The technique is suminagashi.

Item 43/365:




See you tomorrow!