Happy Pink Saturday, Pat.Lady, you inspire me. You try such interesting techniques, and I always love your results.
How interesting, Pat. Happy PS weekend ~TTFN ~Marydon
Wow Pat, I loved seeing your experiment with so many mediums with paint. I wouldn't think of such a thing but then, I am not an artful Diva. Smile.Happy Pink Saturday.Hugs, Jeanne
love your great ideas!!! keep them coming.... pleaseeee
love them great job
Very cool techniques.Happy Pink Saturday!DeeYour new follower
how creative. Hopping over from Pink Saturday. I enjoyed my visit to your lovely blog. Hugs
Thank you for your kind comment on my blog. My daughter is in Scotland for a month, doing a study abroad program. Happy Saturday!
So many wonderful techniques to learn and play around with. I think it's almost like magic right before your eyes, Char
More great ideas! You are inspiring me. When we get back from our upcoming travels, I'm going to find some art lessons to take!Happy Pink Saturday!
It's Saturday and you are mixing alcohol with paint! Umm, don't think I could do that but will try the others (LOL)Happy PSJJ
How neat!!! It's amazing how wonderful the simplest items can be put to use to create such great art! Thanks for your Pink Sat. share! dana
what a interesting experiment! hppy saturday!
Happy Pink Saturday, Pat! I love all your techniques--they're fabulous!!!XOCindy
Great experimenting. love them all,have tried a few myself but must try the rubbing alcohol oneshugs June xx
This looks like fun playtime for grownups! Have a delightful weekend!
cool creations! happy pink saturday! xo
Beautiful, excellent abstract with a delicious textures and evocative shapes and colors. Pat my photos I present with no alterations or adjustments, ie the pictures are like right at the time of the shooting. I do not use software to retouch photos. All effects are performed prior to the shooting. regards
Hello Very creative art expessions! The style is great. Have a great week!
these are fun. I also like the saran wrap from the previous post. There was a painter I saw some 15 yrs ago who worked in acrylic that would do her background in a saran wrap print and then paint the subject over the top - it added interesting dimension
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