Friday, July 15, 2016

Paint Party Friday



On the Face of  it ...
I love working with wood grain because it is so artistically abundant if you are willing to use your imagination.  This was a spot of light reflecting off of the floor ... I would tell you what I see, but that might keep you from seeing what you might see ... have fun :)

Another version ... this one a little easier to read :)

Andrea

12 comments:

  1. I love what you created. A little like some of mine. Of course there is a face and a huge collar framing it.

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  2. Intuitive floor analyzing! Beautiful!

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  3. wow that is so awesome - this is why i work with wood so much :D

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  4. Lots of possibilities for interpretation ~ anyway it is lovely!

    Happy Week to you ~ ^_^

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  5. Your oriental magpie robin is lovely. I've never seen one of these, even in photos. As for the digi art, well, I'm still thinking about that.

    It's been rather warm here. Too warm for my comfort. But then it is summer. My porch is finished, and Pogo and I can sit out in the morning, and then again in the late afternoon or evening. I love it!

    Pogo is napping, waiting for Joe to come home so he can have his treat. Then Joe and I will do our grocery shopping. After that, oh boy, crash time for this little person.

    Pogo sends woofs and a big lick for Izzi. You have a wonderful evening my friend. Hugs, Edna B.

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  6. such a unique way to find intuitive imagery! art is everywhere you look isn't it? Happy PPF!

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  7. I see a little dog in the first one! So fun! Happy ppf!

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  8. Great work!
    Like clouds you can see extraordinary images...
    Have a good week ahead!

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  9. The images are wonderful...I love finding art intuitively... so much fun and it's everywhere!

    Hugs Giggles

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  10. nice work :) could find all kinds of different images in the wood

    Happy PFF :)
    #45

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  11. My DH works word and contently showing me the nuances. There seems to be a story as images appear.

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