Friday, February 1, 2008

Success


Don't you love it when things work out? I had this transfer and I just wasn't sure what I wanted to do. I started to clean up my work area and saw all these scraps left over from a watercolor pour that I had done and just loved how they looked, so collaged them onto the transfer. I really like the look. I called it - child of god - . Sometimes it pays to have chaos in the stuudio

11 comments:

Katherine R. Willson said...

Wow - that looks amazing! I think you should lead a class for us on transfers. I can't do any except the packing tape ones.

alice said...

breathtaking honesty in a surreal world. An intense image with a calming effect.

Faye said...

This is gorgeous, Corinne. I agree with Katherine. You really have a knack with transfers. The rest of us could really use your expertise to help us along.

Judy said...

another lovely piece

xo

Carol said...

Just beautiful Corinne. Thank you for sharing your work.

paint1chris said...

I love it! I have been trying and trying to do transfers and failed every time. Time for another go at it though. Magic Eraser, eh?

Chris in Alberta
www.myartisticsoul.blogspot.com

katie said...

beautiful piece, corinne. i read your post in the yahoo inkjet transfers group about artists sharing and how much we can learn from one another, i agree - wonderful spirit and attiude to carry in our art and lives.
katie

sae said...

this is really fantastic....I am lurker on the yahoo inkjet transfer group and cliked on your link to this so glad I did! Makes me want to try to 'ink' out a little time from the work world to try to do some of this. Thank-you!
Sheryl

purplepaint said...

This is awesome! Love it! Marva

SC-The Artful Mama said...

Really beautiful work! I just love the look of transfers!! You DO have the knack!! Keep up the wonderful and inspirational work!!
xoxooo
Susan Chong
beegsmachine@yahoo.com

Toni Maroni said...

You have made her look delicate and magical. This is a really beautiful painting. I have been trying to capture this look on the little girl riding the Carousel horse in my latest painting to no avail.