New Technique…..

Flower Patch

I am having fun with a new acrylic technique that I am learning. I just love the blended backround layered with the pops of color. I am going to attend a day long workshop on Saturday on this technique and I am looking forward to expanding on what I have taught myself!! Look for more of these pieces to be coming your way…

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12 Comments »

  1. opoetoo Said:

    Wonderful .
    Looking forward to more of this type.

    • theartfulcodger Said:

      I’m looking forward to doing something a little different with the technique.

  2. linda Said:

    Whoa, very cool looking! Have fun…workshops and learning new techniques are so fun!

  3. Hybrid J Said:

    The blending really shows off the beautiful color. Nice work and looking forward to more of your new blending work. Thank you for sharing. 🙂

    • theartfulcodger Said:

      Thanks…me too! =)

  4. pamq Said:

    My first thought when I saw this was the art we would make as kids when you took two pieces of wax paper and ironed crayon shavings inbetween!

    I LOVED making those and they were so pretty!

    Do you remember those??

    I really like “Flower Patch” and am anxious to see what you do next!

    • theartfulcodger Said:

      Pam, I had forgotten those crayon pictures!! Thanks for conjuring up that childhood memory!

  5. Love love love this! It is so pretty!

  6. Thanks Julie!

  7. Julie Said:

    Love this!

    • thanks! too bad the workshop fell through. I have to learn on my own I guess!


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