Thursday, December 1, 2011

prismacolor pencils and matte gel medium on old paper

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“The creative adult is the child who has survived.”

~ Ursula K. LeGuin via tumblr

XO

15 comments:

  1. There's something very moving about this collage, but I have no idea why or what.

    Brilliant. xxxx

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  2. You have really captured my attention all over again with these collages.

    Thanks for your comment on my new barn. The stable help (me) has never been happier. ;)

    Hugs

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  3. there is something deliciously mysterious about this piece. I love the knot as symbol in the centre. It kind of reminds me of my bag of rune stones. I'll have to check and see if indeed there is a knot there!

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  4. Lynne your collage card are wonderful, love the layers of old and different papers.
    Anni

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  5. Beautiful-and I love the quote!

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  6. Love this! love the depth and the mystery . . .

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  7. oh perfect union ... quote and infinity... but i see wings at the top so the birds must be calling you.... lol xoox

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  8. It looks so delicate.
    This is a thought provoking quote and it's one I haven't heard before. Lots to ponder. :)
    Jess xx

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  9. The rounding of the corners makes such a difference in the composition, I've been making collage postcards all week so this is something that I can see that elevates the piece somehow. Maybe I'm thinking about the metaphor of rounding a corner in my own life right now.
    Of course I love the rest of the piece as well but funny how certain elements speak more loudly depending on where the viewer is at.
    Your work "infinitely" inspires me Lynne.
    xoxo Kim

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  10. Love your collage and quote..
    Excellent!!!

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  11. Survived and thrived !

    Happy Weekend, Lovely Grown-up Artist Friend !

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  12. Hi Lynne love the simplicity of this and its a symbol i grew up seeing all around Sydney when i was a child , heres the link im sure u will enjoy reading it...

    http://www.truthorfiction.com/rumors/s/stace.htm

    hugz bev

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  13. I like that all seeing eye at the top looking over infinity. The symbol reminds me of old rope, or even a lock of hair?
    xx

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  14. love this little tablet - Lynne - very you and you are still pushing gently in new directions xx

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  15. How you are blessed with inspiration. Thank you for sharing.
    xoxo
    Katelen

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