Weekend Work and March begins

Along with the black paper Kerfe also gave me some paper made of strips of print. I’ve been fooling around with it.

Its hard to see this one in a photo. Here are some closeups:

Here are a few shots of the paper. I found that if you tore it just right you’d get the strips of type out.

I am happy with this one. It has a Basquiat feel, not intentional but I do love him. Kerfe always finds the best stuff to send me; I hope she likes what I did with the paper.

Snow melting a bit here and some little signs of spring. Some, like the little ants in my kitchen, are annoying. I will be glad to see spring flowers and maybe an end in sight to this year long pandemic.

Have a good week! Nina.

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22 responses to “Weekend Work and March begins”

  1. Graeme Daly says :

    Gorgeous colours! And it does have a Basquiat feel to it, who I also love! 🙂

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  2. robertawrites235681907 says :

    I love what you’ve done with this paper, Nina. Very creative. I am glad to hear spring is on the way for you.

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  3. msjadeli says :

    ❤ Beautiful! It has an organic, completed look to it.

    Liked by 1 person

  4. JosieHolford says :

    Fabulous colors and contrasts.


  5. memadtwo says :

    This is excellent Nina. Like a telescope into the mind. (K)


  6. Claudia McGill says :

    I really like the combination of print and handwriting. It’s beautiful and to me it’s also like a diary entry, a glimpse into a slice of your life.


  7. boundlessblessingsblog says :

    Superb and fantastic color combinations. Such a lovely post.


  8. rothpoetry says :

    I love what you did with this!


  9. judeitakali says :

    Love the creativity. You two are awesome btw. I always wonder about the thought process in your art


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