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Many times, I leave RedBubble; doing surfing/emails/etc. However, I always come back just to see what’s the latest going on…? I also stop by to check if anybody has left me comments…which might need replying to. Because, I’m in such a hurry to go off and do something else, instead; such as go out and explore seeing London more on my bike…; therefore, maybe, 9 times out of 10…I just check out seeing only YOUR works, alone; and, leave the rest of them to go and check out, later. I find that seeing your work gives me an ‘inspirational’ lift; you might also call it sheer green eyed ‘envy’. LOL If only I was that dedicated/or, good… ;-)
Very contemplative face; she reminds me of a ‘ballet dancer’; beautiful/exquisite/young/petite. ;-)
Love the detail in her beautiful lashes Loui :)
“Birds of a feather”— feathery lashes, ready to take flight, given the opportunity. Beautiful work, Loui.
ohhh Loui so wonderful . . love your brushwork and how perfect is the grid of book pages as a canvas.Love LOVE LOvEEEE this!!!Will you marry me????
Such a lovely face. Your work is so beautiful.
So beautiful, very well done! :-))
I do have a question about the book pages you use: are these found, or do you rip books apart?I’ve never experimented with book pages, but seeing your work really makes me want to give it a try.
This looks almost like she’s behind a type of stained glass because of the way the book pages are arranged on her face, it’s beautiful; such poetic work. It inspires a story… Love it :)
thank you for asking Erika….no no I never would rip a good book apart…..i am a bibliophile so I love books to the point of odd addiction, so it is quite the opposite I hated seeing damaged old books go to the tip…I asked at the local charity shop and they said they will save damaged books for me…so I get them from there some are ok some are not…but they are all damaged and ready to be recycled or buried so I wanted to use them as I find the pages most beautiful..for many reasons….:) thank you for your thoughts ….and yes you should give it a go it is so rewarding…..i always feared plain white paper I am not sure why but paper like this with words on it I don’t fear at all……:)
– Loui Jover
Erika called the work poetical – and I so agree. Lovely !
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