The true harvest of life is intangible...it is in the tints of the morning and evening...it is in the stardust caught...a segment of the rainbow.
Henry David Thoreau

Monday, 30 April 2007

A NEW TECHNIQUE I'VE TRIED





I've been enjoying a new mixed media online group, Arttechniques, and have been experimenting with some of the inspiring techniques that the girls have been posting about. These pictures are of a technique called "Flower Pouncing"
and the pictures from a rustic little corner of my 5 acre garden where these lovely little flowers run wild.

I think that it can only get easier from here on, after deliberating about a suitable name for this Blog and actually getting around to giving it a try, so here goes.




4 comments:

Bethel of Bethania said...

Rob, congratulations on your blog it's looking good and I love this techniques too ... didn't the black-eyed suzie come up a treat too. Thanks for sharing and all the best with your blog...luv... B

Rob Keogh said...

Thanks Bethel,

I really love the Lassiandra too, although the colour is a little duller than the flowers, they leave a very clear imprint.

Rob

Eclectic Works said...
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Eclectic Works said...

You did a beautiful job on your flower pouncing! I really love how the flowers fade in your 2nd or top piece you did. Thanks for sharing!