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Coloured Pencil and Ink on forground imageBackground sgraffito – soft pastels and coloured pencil.
FEATURED in ‘Art Nouveau’ July, 2011FEATURED in ‘Painters Universe’ July 2011
tree, gnarly, ancient, growth, organic, soul, earth
this is beautiful!!!
Many thanks Loralea
This is great Mel! :O)
Ta muchly Vanessa
_*"A technique where a top layer of color is scratched to reveal a colour beneath. The term comes from the Italian word sgraffire meaning (literally) “to scratch”.
The ‘wrong end’ of a paint brush works well for sgraffito. If you use a knife to do it, you need to be careful not to accidentally cut through the paper or canvas."*_Thank you for introducing me to a new artistic technique term – I LOVE your creation, Mel.
Thanks heaps Keith. Eyebrow tweezers worked well too. LOL
This is wonderful. I love the shapes in the tree.
Thanks so much Sabrina
Many thanks, appreciate you featuring my artwork. Cheers mel
JULY, 5th 2011
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Thank you so much Mary
Many thanks Shannon
low how the gnarly fits both to the woodsy and psychedelic nature of this…great stuff mel
! (big smile)… got a surprise for you …head on over to my blog:Through My Friend’s Eyesand specifically to the permalinkfor this fantastic work of yours:(image is permalink)(big smile) … owlspookps. every blog entry get twittered too (grin)