A Favorite View Revisited

This morning, I played hooky. Rather than plugging away at my work to-do list, I took a class on paper collage with a local artist. Tearing and gluing  paper was fun and even a bit therapeutic. My inspiration was a picture snapped of one of my favorite views. Here’s the result…

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And my inspiration photo…

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My technique clearly needs a bit of work, but I’m pleased with the results and may try collage again on my own.

 

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2 Responses to A Favorite View Revisited

  1. Lisa Ludlow says:

    play and creativity renews and refreshes us for productive work times. Now if I could just take my own advice. 🙂

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