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Monica Johansson and NatureFootstep.com
I am interested in nature photography and photo art and travels
as much as I can to find new areas to document.
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Monday, November 11, 2019

AEDM11 Blue abstract

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 Blue abstract   A5 watercolor paper Acrylic color

 Blue abstract   A4 watercolor paper
This is a dip on the first one when it was lots of color on it and before I carved that one for the abstract pattern. An old technique renewed. We used to do a simlilar one in school long ago.
I like the way the paint dried on this one.

This is the one I worked on. Started with painting it all blue with acrylic paint. Lots of it

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  1. Very different and lovely abstracts. I have no idea what you did in school, but I've never made anything that resembles what you made. It's reall some lovely work.

  2. I've never really tried abstract. I can see someone free falling onto water/land... it's intriguing.
    Cath x

  3. I would very much like to know what your process is. This looks like a fun project to share with my granddaughter the artist.

  4. Very cool abstracts! I haven't done much with abstracts and for some reason always look at mine as unfinished. But when other people make them, I really like them. Thanks for the inspiration. Hugs-Erika


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