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One of the techniques I learned from Connie Hozvicka in the BIG class was Shape. The idea is to just show up in front of your big canvas and, using any color, just start painting a shape.
Then add another color. By this time in the process I had started feeling pretty free. I thought, "Why not a bit of scribble?" Before I knew it, I had this:
Did we have fun, or what? This was a wonderful excercise to loosen up. It made me ready to try a canvas next. You should try it; you'll like it.
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That is wonderful!! Oh, I gotta try that. Love the freeness, the fun colors. Nelda, run with this. I think it's calling your name. It's FUN!
PJ Hornberger |
August 03, 2012 at 06:01 PM
I love this simple explanation.....I am going to try it:D Thanks for the inspiration!
linda harre |
August 04, 2012 at 05:47 AM
The moving of brush and paint, it makes the inner part of us stir also. There have been times when people said the word paint a certain way that even moved me.
Nice to come by and say hellow to you!
August 19, 2012 at 05:51 PM
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