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Friday, February 02, 2007

Illustration Friday: Sprout


I've been doing all these trees that are odd things--flowers, sea urchins, shells, etc. This certainly is quite a sprout! I experimented for a long time with adding some words and finally got it to look the way I wanted. I love the colors.

16 comments:

Housewife said...

Ooh, I wish you were my neighbor... I'd spy on you while you worked.

I (finally) linked to your site. Not your blog but your Etsy page, I know it's presumptuous but we all love having your work hang in our home.

I see I'm making a few enemies with my rabble rousing ways... so if you want I can cut the link.

But... I'd like to see you make a buck. :)

xoxo
Housewife

claudine hellmuth said...

very fun!!!

AscenderRisesAbove said...

a lot of fun
it reminds me a lot of the art my girls used to do (and I don't mean that in a bad way); the imagination in which they would see the world

belinda said...

beautiful collage!!!

emila said...

Very beautiful!

Diane Duda said...

i love this!

studio lolo said...

I love this Karen. I agree with you about the colors!

Janet said...

I love the colors, too. An odd sprout is a very unique sprout!

P.L. Frederick said...

The humor is great. Nifty colors. Good oddity. Nice piece!

tammy vitale said...

jack and the beanstalk....=]
ow did you get the shadowing on your words?

And re your library - I love the Philip Pullman trilogy - what a fun set of books (and long - I love long in a good story...I can move right ine!)

cusp said...

I really love these collages. Where can I find your work on Etsy ?

Jeannette said...

wow cool work

potatomamma said...

Great texture, and use of scrap newspaper. I love how the paint is so rough, cool!

Greetings,
Astrid
-PotatoMammaDesign.com

Digital Scott's illustrationblog said...

Very fascinating and terrific!

Amy Zaleski said...

This is really cool! And I love the wording...

get zapped said...

I really like what you've done with this. The colors and textures are splendid. The words are perfect! Wonderful work.