“I have been wanting to…”

That’s the brief for Mixed Media Monday this week… and I have been wanting to finish off this piece, and more importantly, paint an abstract, for ages. As it incorporates both red and blue, I shall also make it my Sunday Stampers entry, though this time, Hels says we don’t actually need to incorporate any stamping – she didn’t!!

I started this wooden panel last summer and lost my way with it. Not sure I found it again, to be honest! I don’t know whether I like this, whether it’s done or how I actually feel about it… One thing’s for sure: It’s a vast improvement on the fairly bland/blank panel it was earlier. There was a little bit of collage on a dull green background, so this is far more colourful.

The texture was there before… but you can never have enough texture, right?

No message, just the Birdie!

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16 Comments

  1. This is absolutely blooming gorgeous! LOVE LOVE LOVE it!

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  2. Fab fab fab art hun, thanks for joinin in with the Sunday Stamper x

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  3. Oh wow, that’s fantastic texture allright 🙂 and such wonderful colours too!! Way to go girl!!

    Hugs,
    Linda

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  4. Rosie…I love the colors…so bold and lovely!

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  5. i love this.. very bold, full of movement.. and open to letting the imagination run off finding images..

    i see a red sports car in the corner…. and a shadowy cat watching that bird lol

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  6. Yvonne

     /  September 13, 2010

    WOW, Rosie, this is stunning!

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  7. I think you found your way back!! Just great!

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  8. johanna

     /  September 13, 2010

    you are so right: there can never be too much texture… i love this piece and the bold colors!

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  9. This is great Rosie…it is wall hanging worthy…good job.

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  10. dutchstamptramp

     /  September 13, 2010

    Very beautiful, love the texture and colours!

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  11. LOVE the birdie! Fantastic piece!

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  12. Beautiful burst of colors and depth! …love the birdie too… it is just so whimsical!
    Inka 🙂

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  13. Amazing texture & colour Rosie!

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  14. I agree about never having enough texture! Wish I could see it in person. Very fun and expressive.

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  15. mixedmediamonday

     /  September 18, 2010

    Rosie, what a stunning piece! Love it!

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