Posted by: maureenc | April 14, 2008

>Back to postcards!

>As the forthcoming swap on the ArtUMail groups is themed for “your favourite landscape”
I thought I’d play around a little and to to employ some of the tips that Cynthia Morgan shared at her Landscapes Workshop last Saturday :
The first one represents two large rocks in a sea scape:
The fibre I used to represent froth and foam didnt work as I’d hoped,so back to the drawing board.

The second is of a waterfall.
Still a lot of room for improvement………so maybe I’ll try a more simplistic piece with the next attemptPosted by Picasa
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