Saturday, September 23, 2006

Grid exercise, September 24, 2006

I've been following a thread that contains a conversation between a couple of artists that are trying to journal in "grid" fashion. I have enjoyed some of the things they have put out, and thought I would try it today. I took some memories from an outing that my family recently made to the historic home of Martha Berry in Rome Georgia. I like the way it came out.

17 comments:

  1. Anonymous1:03 AM

    Wow, this is lovely. I like the bright colors.

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  2. This is GORGEOUS! I haven't visited your blog before---what a treat, especially this latest grid of sketches. So freshly painted and with luminous colors.

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  3. Wow, this is beautiful! I like your detailed drawings, and the strong colors too. Really cool!

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  4. Beautiful! and a great idea, to do a 'memory grid'!
    Sarah

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  5. Wonderfully composed and so vibrant and full of life.

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  6. Oh yummm lovely colors...great job!

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  7. I love your grid. I think Nina started something as I did one also. Great fun!!

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  8. It's a great idea and yours is super. I like the way the paint brushes extend out of the grid.

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  9. Okay, I gotta try this. I love, love, love your grid.

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  10. I'm so inspired I've done a grid too today! Yours is BEAUTIFUL ...

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  11. Wow this is stunning! Outstanding things to see here.

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  12. My first visit, too, and I'm amazed at the standard of your work - it's glorious! :) These simple sketches are works of art in their own right.. thanks for sharing them! :)

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  13. This is great--wonderful water technique and really interesting the way you divided the page unevenly. I also looked at all of your other recent stuff and as usual really enjoyed it. Thanks for the invite to visit on EDM!

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  14. How beautiful is this!!!!! It is brilliant, I love it.

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  15. Only just found your blog and really like what I am seeing. The grid is gorgeous makes me want to go and start my own. I love your ink drawings from your archives. I'll definatley be returning.

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