Monday, October 15, 2007

Reinvent-tage Day 15 - Part 2

Today's Intention...experiment with the unknown...




Okay...I did exactly that this morning...I was playing in old faux finish sample boards...attempting to do a background for something else...I dribbled some metallic and interference acrylics on the surface...I then drug a trowel over them in random strokes...and this mysterious this happened...it looks like non-objective abstract art...I really love it...

I am not sure that I will use it as a background...I may just frame them as they are...I was having so much fun with these I forgot to take photos...but there is really no process here...this is what happened...completely by surprise...just moving freely...allowing the tools and materials to do the work...try it...

9 comments:

qualcosa di bello said...

your joy of being caught up in this is the process! so beautiful...

& your previous post photos & challenge inspired me...i am working on some words for the grapes on the vines!

KaiBlueCreations said...

love to sit and read thru your postings with a nice hot cup of tea..
I like these to images, like fire and water :)
PEace, Kai

Leslie said...

Beautiful Rebecca! I've never worked with Interference, but I think it's in my future!

paris parfait said...

I love it when you try something new and it works beautifully! Well done, you! xo

Redneck Nerdboy! said...

It is quite amazing how life tends to flow when left to move freely!

I love the color used in the top photo, even if by chance!

:)
Always,
Jas...

Karen Cole said...

Rebecca,

I see an incredible correlation between your Frenchtown branches and these beautiful swirls of color.

There is similar movement in both. I find it fascinating to look at all of the images at the same time.

Love that Frenchtown!

melissa @ the inspired room said...

Come on by my blog, I have an award waiting for you! You definitely deserve it!

xo,
Melissa

tlc illustration said...

Yes, I like the your blog=hot cup of tea. :-) So many yummy things. I especially love these multi-colored, metallic, interference pieces. Mmmmmm....

LMS(oceandreamer) said...

Oh I love how these came out Rebecca....the fluidity and colors. Don't you just love how a random experiment can become THE art?
XOXO
Love,
Lisa

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