So I’m back in the states after a wonderful trip to Scotland and Ireland. I spent a lot of time viewing the local landscape, flora, architecture and rock through a camera lens. I love being digital- I am not a good photographer, so I take lots and weed through and delete later. Now home, I took several hours pouring through my 4 million photos, and was dying to use them. So of course, with a show in three weeks, I'm going to try something completely new. That’ll keep things exciting:) I narrowed it down to a couple photos, had them printed, glued them onto a panel, wrapped the imagery around the edge, and now going to apply wax layers with more texture and Imagery. There are many more to come, but I started with this bridge on the Dingle peninsula which we crossed at the beginning of a long and winding walk about on a misty afternoon.
I obscured the water a bit, then pumped up the moss with some green texture.
I transferred on a topographical map of the peninsula on the lower left side, and wrapped it around the edge. added more texture and stained some of the relief areas.
-and I MAY be done….
gonna let it sit for a couple days and see if I still agree…