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June 14, 2020


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Bleubeard and Elizabeth

First of all, I am blown away by all this art. The first two look like they were created on watercolor paper. The texture of the background made me think that.

I spent forever enlarging each art work and I was so impressed. One of the things that made me happy was, I see you don't always use words, sentences, sentiments, or quotes in your art. I don't either, but some people feel if you aren't adding words, it's not right. I guess that comes from my altered book days when I seldom had words attached to my collages. Speaking of collages, I love the one that was featured on Instagram. I may have to steal (OOPS, I mean COPY) that design. I like it THAT much.

I'm glad you are also making ICADs this year. Linda K (heARTfully inspired blog) is also doing them. She shares hers every Monday night or Tuesday and I show mine on Friday.

Loving those postcards. I've seen them before, at least most of them. My fav is still the pears from yesterday. That one belongs in a gallery!

These are all so incredibly inspiring and wonderful. I am always inspired and get so many ideas when I see your incredible art, dear friend.

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