…equals a good time, and vibrant color! This one started with watercolor pigment (mostly by M. Graham), then added some Neo II water soluble crayons (which I am falling harder and harder for every time I use them). Threw in a bit of a crooked horizon for good measure, and woo….here’s another mini-vacation. I hope you enjoy! This was done on Arches 140 lb. cold-pressed paper, which made adding some texture to the water very easy to do.
I am still working hard on that art quilt. The hardest and most time-consuming part of any quilt project for me is the many decisions to be made, since I work without a pattern. I had a vision in my mind, but didn’t want to cut up the image with too many seams, so I finally decided to take it in another direction…..and hopefully it won’t take too long to finish. I probably started about five quilts in the meanwhile though, so I guess following this next one up with more won’t take as long 😉
Peace, and I hope you find some space to create a meaningful break for yourself today.