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Thursday, November 28, 2019

AEDM28 Blue lake disc

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Blue lake disc
Canvas dia30cm

Blue lake disc with a "handle"

© NF Photo 191128

I created a pour yesterday. When I looked at the table while it was drying I noticed the overflow of black paint had created a handle. The image with the handle is the image I like best, as a photographer, it also have colored reflections from my window light strand. The overflow is on a thin plastic folio. I am now preparing a mixed media painting using the "handle". But it will take time for that one to dry. 😟 I hope I can share it before AEDM is over.

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5 comments:

  1. Love those swirls and what appear to be mountains...love your adventures in acrylic.
    Cath x

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  2. You always seem to capture so much movement within these pours Monica, that royal blue really pops against the black. Love how you used a circle it's like looking into a gemstone slice. Fabulous. Creative wishes Tracey x

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  3. Very pretty and a great handle accident.

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  4. What a nice pour. I was surprised that the handle was overflow, and that you will be able to use it in your art. I hope it DOES dry in tie for you to share it with AEDM.

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