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I am interested in nature photography and photo art and travels
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Wednesday, August 10, 2022

Astract INK and Fun

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Abstract INK

Once upon a time this was a dragonfly! 
digital edit



2 canvas 12x18 cm
black tempera color and decor sand



Same as above with fluid and ballonpressed paint

© NF Photo 220810



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7 comments:

  1. Loved your art-the first one is my favorite

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  2. These are all lovely. I think my favorite might be the last one, but they are all really quite creative and very well done, Monica.

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  3. These are great Monica. I like the idea of using a balloon to smoosh paint as well as the way you used the sand. Hope life is going well. hugs-Erika

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  4. These are interesting and simply great. I like the ones with the decor sand and the balloon technique. I've never done anything like this - you are so creative!

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  5. Where do you get your ideas ... ballon pressed paint? Who would have thought that could be so awesome. And, of course, I see faces in your abstract and your dragon fly (but I don't see a dragon fly?) You are so much fun Monica. It's too bad we live so far apart. I could see us having some good times together :)

    Andrea @ From the Sol

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