Saturday, 17 July 2010

Art journal pages and Summer in my Garden

It's been ages (again!) since I  posted anything, but, boy, was I busy! With a few paintings in work, making jewelry, house chores ( that NEVER ends, believe me!!!) and art journaling, there is sooo little time left for blogging... And, as if all these weren't enough, I bought two WONDERFUL online workshops ( Sharon's  Faces in Technicolor and Julie's  Chaos and Calm: Over the Edge Painting Techniques ), which I haven't got the chance to go near yet and will need my attention soon!
OK now, I would like to share with you few things I made lately. I discovered recently a video by Teesha Moore (you can click the link if you're interested in seeing it) where she shares how she is making her own art journals. Not having the right size of paper she's using, I needed to adapt it a bit, but I'm very pleased with the result and here you can see the first two pages I've done so far.

And some details:

And now, here is " Summer in my Garden", my last painting on a plywood panel measuring 16x 8 inchies. hope you'll like it.

Thanks for your visit and kind comments!
Hope everyone has a lovely, sunny weekend,
Lots of love, Sanda xoxo


Rebecca Anthony said...

I am a huge fan of Teesha Moore as well! This painting of yours is absolutely beautiful!!!!!!!

Janine said...

That is absolutly lovely. I love the quote on it.
Have a great weekend

Brown Sugar Babies said...

Beautiful work!

luthien said...

wow!! such vibrant and wonderful pieces of work! love love love the energy and the colors!! and the details are just astonishing!

ShabbyChicShaz said...

Your painting is so alive and vibrant, it's a riot of summer colours and shapes, absolutely wonderful

Lynda said...

Teeshas work is very pretty and so is yours :) I love your new paintings..and i know exactly what you mean about housework! :)

Debbie said...

love the colors in your painting!

NatashaMay said...

Nice to see new art from you. :) I love Teesha too.

rachel awes said...

these are beautiful!!!
a lovely garden to visit.

Sara's Texture Crafts said...

Wow, wow, wow... I love your use of colour.