I've been in finishing mode this past while, completing two paintings, one serious
|'Things We Don't Discuss' mixed media on mat board 9" x 6"|
© Win Dinn
|'Gellistones' 16" x 6" mixed media|
(Gelli prints & house wrap ovals)
on canvas © Win Dinn
As I look at this line-up it amuses me that so many are in the red/orange/yellow section of the colour wheel, and that I forgot to photograph the Y page before punching the binder holes!
I'm nearly done this journal, with only four letters to go, the cover and table of contents. I wonder what ridiculously large project will be my next? I have a habit of biting off more than I can comfortably fit in my mouth, so it's sure to be a good one.
I'd be remiss if I didn't remind you that we have a couple of spots left in the Gelli It Up! playshop this weekend at the College of the Rockies here in Creston. This is going to be a blast, so I encourage you to stop in and register TODAY! Whether you work in fabric or paper, whether you're a painter or a card maker, whether you have experience with paint, or none at all, this print-making method is addictive!