I haven't quite finished any art lately to show you...but oh...one is so darn close. I just have to figure out what the final little details need to be to make it finally say "I'm complete".
It is taking me forever to clean out and organize my art supplies, and there are times (like today) when I wonder if I'll ever finish. I have so much "stuff" that it's almost embarrassing. But it does feel good to get rid of things I no longer use, or that are no longer special to me, and in doing so I have found some things that have been hidden that ARE special to me. So why are they hidden under piles in my drawers? One of those new/old discoveries is the monoprint above. I made it years ago in a printmaking class and I love it. I painted it from a photograph I took of the Bridge of Sighs in Venice, Italy. I just found it today and just happened to have the perfect frame for it, so it's now ready to hang on the wall! Yay!
These shadow shots were taken a while ago in...you guessed it...Pasadena, Ca. Wow, you'd think I lived there with all the photos I've been showing from there!
I love the shadows from the stairs against the beautiful brick, and the contrast of the strong angular lines with the round arches of the windows below.
If you would like to join in with your own shadows, or to see more, visit Hey Harriet for Shadow Shot Sunday.