Does Filamental Fibers may look like an explosion in a stained glass studio? It's actually created with watercolor and ink in a kind of weird painting process I've been working on over a decade or so.
Clients tell me they like seeing something different every time they look at pieces like this. And honestly, they're fun to talk about and to hear people's ideas about..
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How about this image: What do you see? A sky glimpsed through strands of yarn? A rich tropical landscape? Shards of gemstones? A volcano in some emotion or drama-laden stage of the process?
I'm in the process of putting the image on prints and cards over the next week or so and I have to admit that I'm really looking forward to seeing it on a mouse-pad. That's something that's coming to sit on my work table.
This whole "different views at different times" phenomenon of this approach makes me look forward to that mousepad even more. Just think: I can flip it around multiple times a day.
Look for the print and mousepad soon in the Gallery of Susan Reynolds
Relates to "Inspire Me Thursday" topic: Paint