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Paint a leaf with colors of your choice.
Press the leaf onto the paper.
Gage it to see if you will have the right shape.
With more water manipulate the paint into the leaf shape on whatever parts did not transfer. You will get a softer more dreamy effect this way.
Add stems and little dots and specks of color like you normally find on leaves.
A very cool technique for painting 'dreamy' leaves from Linda at Booksphotographsandartwork!
A couple of days ago, Leanne Cole published a post after being asked by one of her readers for her opinion on the difference between photography and photographic art.
Not an easy question to answer even if one were to write a complete volume on the subject. I’ve asked her for permission to extract part of that post here for you to read…I’d like to really thank Leanne for her gracious permission to manipulate her articles and post these photos.
I only recently discovered, and am now delighted to be following, "we drink because we're poets"! In this post, a viewpoint is shared on the difference between photography and photographic art. A question I've often wondered about myself. Leanne Cole: of Fine Art Photography spoke directly to me with her opinion.
A perfect slice of strawberry-rhubarb pie at Sparta's barbecue lunch after a parade celebrating the Southwestern Ontario town's 200th Anniversary.
Sparta, originally a Quaker community, is a destination for bus tours: Red Hat tours, Elgin County Quilting Trail tours and Agri-tourism. The residents' passion for preserving the town's early Quaker and agricultural heritage is everywhere.
In the four days I visited Sparta, I watched a lively parade with bands, floats and Shriner's clowns, I ate lunch at the Community Centre barbecue (the perfect pie), I attended a dinner-dance at…