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Figurature study in gesso layered over with process land art.Gesso, sumi ink, acrylic paint, water and wind. Original 42 × 96″ (3.5 × 8 feet) Arches Heavy Cover stockthis is a crop of approximately 6 feet of drawing.
enjoy making direct work from natural materials in my prairie and wildlife sanctuary.i am a very restless person and I work in many different ways with a variety of media.
One cannot collect all the beautiful shells on the beach. One can collect only a few, and they are more beautiful if they are few.Anne Marrow Lindbergh
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And I am CONsumed;) You are truly reaching up and out and beyond now Yvonca:) Your work is going from strength to strength! I wish you all the best with it, and may you be granted a sturdy platform to reach out further!!!
Wow Sue, that is a lovely sentiment. I really appreciate it, like a blessing. Thank you.
– evon ski
Wonderful! Love the effects you’re achieving. Beautiful
Thanks for the kind words Phil. Means a lot coming from an artist like you, you so good with figure drawing yourself. The effects are always a surprise. I looked at it on the ground and thought, doesn’t look like it working. :))
Yvonca – this is – just wonderful – it is translucent – like echted glass beautiful texture – wish I could see it live really beautiful work you should be proud
I think it is the way the gesso repells the ink and my subtracted scrubbing is loose and irregular. I really appreciate your comment Karen. Yea always nice to view the work live. :))
She sat covering her fleshWith the dust of the earthancestors Their ghostsEntered her thoughtsA deep moaning droneEchoed within She offered husks of cornTo the Indian womanThat lived here onceTo the moon a prayerTo the fox a boneTo the buffalo a sancturyTo the bird a crumb of shelterAnd to the earth she offered Permission to grow and be wildAs nature had intended In spiral shapes she weaves An ancient path of honouringMother earth tucking new life Into her prairie bed An letting it speak the truthOf who it is she is sick of lies
I love this Tim. you add such meaningful depth to these images . . . . it’s like you complete them. The details are fantastic and so fitting crumb of shelter OH that’s perfect.. The way you have concluded it . . . how to say? it’s like the last words reverberate and then the quiet afterwards is thunderous. if that means sense. What is another word for thank you . . .? i don’t know. . . but I do . . thank you . . so dearly.
Sooo in love with this work! Would love to have it in a very large frame to stand against the wall. Wow you rock!
would look cool. the paper has deckled edges and I would float the piece to hoover over the backing within the fram. ahh money money . . where art thou?Thank you for beautiful comment Donna!! x
This is really amazing. What a powerful image.
yes? so glad to hear you think so Will! It is an inreseting journal to find ones way in our work. Thanks for your support.
We would be delighted to show this in IKONesque. Stunning work and it must be more so in full size!
Thank you so much for the invite and wonderful affirmation. :)
THANK YOU FOR JOINING US at IKONesque!
I am so delighted to be included. Thank you!!
this is wild, i love it :)
that is such an exciting response and I thank you for this!! :))
This is fantastic !
Thank so such a great comment, most appreciated!!
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