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I am interested in nature photography and photo art and travels
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Thursday, February 18, 2021

Comedie digital and blues

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The 100 year old that escaped......  (Here on a draisine)

I had a hard time with Rains promt this week. Then I remembered this one. 
It is a Swedish movie based on a book. I read the book and loved it. Not the movie so much as lots of things was excluded. Things I would have loved to watch. Still, it is a fun one. 

Click the link if you want to know more about it. 

I did not think I had done much art this week. But checking my files I posted a few on IG. 
SO, I made a collage/mosaic of them. 
What you see is Fallow deer, spiderweb with a dove, floating snow discs and a snowy forest. 

Study in blue
This is the last of my larger canvases. It is 40x40 cm. I was about to keep working on it, but I like it as it is so for now I leave it. 
I still have a few small ones to paint, after that it will probably not be more of them. My walls are filled and there don´t seem to ever be any more exhibitions. The library has been closed several months now and the present Corona situation will probably keep it closed many more months. 
We can´t visit the Library, but we can order books and magazines digitally and recieve them in a safe way. That is a good thing. 

This is a small one 12x18 cm, painted with elftover acrylic colors from the Study in blue. 
I´m pretty sure Andrea will find a few faces in it. 

© NF Photo 210218

Take care everyone!

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  1. Monica,

    Thanks for sharing. It's always nice to see how others interrupt the weekly art prompts. Have a doodletastic day!

    Curious as a Cathy

  2. Hey Monica, this is a very interesting. Thanks so much for sharing this. I love your art, as you well know.

  3. The comedy sounds interesting and nice work today!

  4. Some lovely art this week, take care.

  5. If Andrea didn't find a few faces, I sure did. Loved the whole post.

  6. Oh you know me well and of course, I found many faces in the last painting and in your "Study in Blue". I don't know that it is a good thing that I find faces because the faces can become a distraction and take away from the whole. But, that is what my brain does so I have fun with it :) Your comedy sounds hilarious ... I think I would have enjoyed watching it ... or, like you, reading the book. Fun post, Monica ...

    Andrea @ From the Sol

  7. Fantastic art. Happy PPF


  8. the film works well and your art is great again! The collage is very nice and the last picture I see faces in it.
    Happy PPF, Elke

  9. Hi Monica :)) I love your blue acrylics, they are very nice! And your deer...you're so lucky to see so many. Actually on Friday I had to go to town and passing by a cabbage farm I saw hundreds of deer snacking on the leftovers. It was quite a sight! I couldn't stop to take a photo because it was along a busy highway, but I hope to go back there at some point to take pictures! Interesting story about the 100 year old man. I never heard of that one!

  10. Monica - I like so much about this post - each of the pictures within the collage stand out to me for different reasons. I am glad you explained about the dove - for some reason, I did not see it at first, and now I can only see it! Your study in blue is so peaceful. Thanks for sharing your talent with everyone at Mosaic Monday!

  11. Library visits are permitted here in T&T; wearing a mask, and sanitizing before entering.
    Happy Monday Monica. I am at 11 on the linky today

    much love...

  12. Wonderful artwork. Thank you for sharing.
    Happy MosaicMonday

  13. I love seeing your art my friend! Blue is so calming and beautiful!


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