Here is the next step. And here is a link to Bea's blog, Dog in the Hole Studio which explains that we are supposed to add rectangular pieces marching across. And since i didn't have a clear third color, I added a red line. Now as I look at all this, I think the whole effect is like an abstract clothes line on a windy day with the papers falling off. This is a digital work, by the way, and I adjusted the layers to give the effect of those yellow rectangles being behind and in front of the line and the varying sizes. I really love this piece, but I had no end idea in mind as I was doing it.
I am taking a collage class with Kathryn Antyr at True North Arts. The first part of the class is about making digital collages. I have been playing with images of angels my friend Lizzi took at a cemetery near her and shared with me. I'm hoping to do a series on angels.
Originally a Jersey girl, I moved to Manhattan in 2004 when I married my handsome husband. I have two funny, amazing, grown-up kids (and a kid-in-law) who are the light of my life, a sweet little dog and two goofy cats. All these people make me smile daily. I own my own business and like my job a lot, and when I'm not working I like to play with art, photoshop, my camera, books, writing, and of course, i love to shop.