Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Seek...

I was looking in an old art journal from many years ago (this page was dated October 2006) and I found this entry that I have always liked. I thought I would post it here, guess I am still seeking...


not right journal



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20 comments:

  1. I think we are always seeking and when we don't find, we are definitely out of focus. That's a great page Rhonda. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Thanks so much! I appreciate your comments Gloria!

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  2. I really like the "out of focus" and "Seek" fonts.
    Happy GIT!
    Rinda

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    1. Thanks Rinda. They are both rubber stamp alphabets which I have had for ages, not sure who made them. I love the Out of focus one especially! Thanks for visiting my blog for Glue it Tuesday!

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  3. I like the muted coloration. Amazing how we are our own best teachers.
    Happy day to you,
    Dawn

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    1. Thanks Dawn... I really like how the color was off from the printout of my photo (those lines you get when a color of ink is running low)...
      And yes sometime we are our best teachers but often as not I find we don't listen (to ourselves) very well ... as least for me.

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  4. What a beautiful page! I like these lines and the shabby look.

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    1. Thanks! The black lines (now that I remember) are made from a pizza slicer rolled through black paint! Of all things!

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  5. This is a wonderful page, and I love the message. That out of focus place can lead to such amazing shifts.

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    1. We just have to be open to those shifts! Thanks for stopping by!

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  6. I can see why you like this page so much. It has a certain amount of heart and soul on the page..a knowing.

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    1. Thanks Susie. I appreciate the comment!

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  7. "Something not quite right"; is that a eye glasses lense we're looking through? Very intense piece.

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    1. Very interesting thought! Good point! Thanks for stopping by!

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  8. I love the depth you have created with your shadowing. Very stunning and thoughtful artwork.

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    1. Thanks Rossie. I appreciate your comments!

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  9. Very insightful... and I bet re-reading it years later takes you right back to the moment you created it!

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    1. Thanks aimee... the strange thing is that reading some of my older journal pages brings me not only back to then but I see a lot of it still now... I do remember making that page though because I was away at some workshops and had a lot of inspiration that weekend! Thanks for coming by!

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