Friday, May 23, 2014

Without Ink Lines

Nick Bantock (previous post) tells me to 
Try new ways. 
Paris Breakfasts Carol (previous post) tells me to
Let go of my ink line. 
I dare you, she says. Take a chance.  
You will not be sorry, she says.
Bantock says that part of the creative process is to
Face the unknown.  
Without my lines, the water & the colors 
knew more of what was going to happen 
than I did. I'm still not sure. 


  1. i'm smiling at your hesitancy. :)

  2. Water and color has played magic in your hands!

  3. Ja wolę z linią atramentową, chociaż tak jak jest, też mi się podoba :)

  4. I think they are great..
    You are good at all you paint..
    But I fell in love with your ink lines..♥♥♥

  5. As an Artist , you're free to try everything . As a Spectator, I'm free to prefer your drawings with ink .
    As we say in France : tous les goûts sont dans la nature , et il faut de tout poutr faire un monde .
    Bises et belle journée, chère Rita!

  6. I prefer with ink lines, but it's always worth to step outside your comfort zone:)

  7. Well, I enjoy coloring outside the lines. Does that count? Anyway, I support you.

  8. I am really loving the book and good for you to have gone out of your comfort zone and look at the lovely images you created!!!!!

  9. I love to watch these experiments -- esp. last post vs. this one -- I love both -- tho I thought I'd always prefer your ink lines -- can't wait to see what you try next! xx

  10. Well, you went outside your comfort zone. Thanks for sharing it with us. Always good to do that once in a while.

  11. Rita -- In regards to art -- I know what I like when I see it. I am completely out of the loop when it comes to process. I like your work! -- barbara


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