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Thursday, March 1, 2012

Inspired by... challenges


Oh, there are SO many directions I could go with that lead in!

But for today, I'm sharing my submissions to Bonnie's Photo Art Friday, with this abstract:




...and Kim's Beyond challenge: Black and White with a Touch of Color




I was also inspired to make a new brush (as seen "stamped" on the images above). If you're interested, you can find Kim's tutorial here.  I'm playing around with a new brush set. If all goes well I'll have a freebie for you next week!

Happy Friday, everyone!  I'm babysitting twin 3yr olds tomorrow... so you may not hear from me again {smile}.







Sharing inspiration here:

Photo Art Friday beyondlayers


  1. Love these art presentations! I am behind on Beyond Layers, and see I need to catch up. Have fun babysitting.... sounds like fun to me! Be sure to stop by my blog and get in on the giveaway for Bonnies Textures. Have a great day!

  2. I like you picture of the orchid's, you have done nice work with them.

  3. Both of your edits are great June! Thank you for sharing with Photo Art Friday.

  4. Beautiful edits, I especially like the second one.

    Regards and best wishes

  5. Both of these are really nice. The colors in the first piece are wonderful and then just that hint of color in the last one is unexpected but captures your attention.

  6. I love the colours in your first photo, I am looking forward to trying Kim's black & white with a touch of colour, thank you for visiting me.

  7. Congratulations for these wonderful photos, I love colors and textures, the B & W is really spectacular. Greetings.

  8. These are both so good! I really love the colors in the first one!

  9. Your abstract caught my eye and I right away thought of the month of June...it could be the title!

  10. Love your work. The top image looks like it could be an orchid. Colors are wonderful. On the bottom image I like the juxtaposition of the grain in the wood with the delicate teacup.


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