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Tuesday, November 16, 2010

"Artistic Journey" – 4x4

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This week’s 4x4 Friday challenge was “Artistic Journey.” This week’s Take A Word challenge #3 was “Moon.” I'm still trying to stretch my artistic boundaries. I feel like my work is always confined and the same. I used to spend some of my time writing fiction. A writer critiqued my short stories and said my work was always like a pointillist painting, instead of being broad brush strokes. I continued writing, but still struggled with that problem. I think the same problem invades my artwork.

12 comments:

LuLu said...

Howdy,

Well I LOVE it - specially the Latin illuminated manuscript.

Great work!

Peace,
LuLu
Celebrating my bolgoversary with a Give-A-Way!
www.lulu-too-beaucoup.blogspot.com

Yvonne said...

Beautifully done, Anne!

Katie said...

What a great variety of moons and ladies. really cool

Kris Dickinson said...

What a beautiful, magical piece!

johanna said...

i love all these medieval elements! wonderful square!

Palma said...

Hi Anne,

What wonderful imagery you have combined for your 4x4. Gorgeous work

:)

Ozstuff said...

Two full moons in one picture? What more could we ask for?

Anne, your collage is wonderful - so colorful and creative. I love it.

LiveArt said...

Awesome!! Love the flirty moon and all the other wonderful elements you've used here!! Brilliant Anne :)

Hugs and smiles,
Linda

Claudje said...

i very very nice! I love it!
Greetz Claudia

Lori Saul said...

Love the Celtic look and influence here Anne- what a stunning 4x4 and a perfect moon!

Taluula said...

So many gorgeous medieval elements to feast my eyes upon. This is superb.

Rosie said...

I think it's really interesting how one thing draws your eye and then leads you round the collage - well done Anne!
And remember, we are always our own worst critics! 'o)