Thursday, 25 August 2022

Index Card Art Part Four

Hello Friends!

It's been a busy week between doctor appointments and dental, so I forgot to post this week's ICAD catch up yesterday, but I'm here with it now.

First up, neurographic art using Chameleon ink pens.


more neurographic art using gouache and metallic pens

A few now using mixed media in my signature ribbons by muse 














my first piece of "flow and line" 


before getting back to more Ribbons by Muse




one random one, doodling around shapes detected in letting the paint do it's own thing


Until next time
Stay safe, stay well

Debbie xo

12 comments:

  1. Hi Deb,
    I found an old post to get back to your blog. Your artwork is just so lovely. I like how they each are unique in their own ways. You have such an eye for color, but that doesn't surprise me as you have such an eye for photography. I can't pick one favorite, but #1, 2 & 3 are the best to me.

    Hope all is well with you and sending love and hugs,
    Darlene

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    1. Thank you, Darlene, I know you've seen most of the ICADs, so maybe check out my currently published every Sunday posts on Artful August? xo

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  2. I love this whole series, Deb. I'm not so much an abstract person but I find every single one of these mesmerizing and with marvelous color.

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    1. Thank you, Jeanie, tbh neither am I but the more abstract I'm doing, the more I'm enjoying it.

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  3. You have been quite busy, Deb! The second piece gets my attention. Looks like a very lovely piece of stained glass. I'm so glad you have shared your joyous art with us! Take care. xoxo

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    1. Thank you, Martha Ellen. Neurographic does look like stained glass very often. xo

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  4. Another beautiful collection - I love the last one.

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  5. Beautiful work again :) I particularly love the one with the butterfly and the metallic paints create super effects :) Stay safe and well and take care :)

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    1. Thank you Ragged Robin. The technique on the butterfly one does not work to my strengths but challenges me.

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  6. Hi Deb! Once again you have a fabulous series of ICADs in wonderful colours, love them all. Have a great weekend, hugs, Valerie

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    1. Thank you, Valerie. It was a fun couple of months, now moving on to other challenges, as you know many to think about. Hugs, Deb

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