Saturday, 16 February 2013

In amongst the wreckage I found you







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  1. What beautiful wreckage you have.Love your misty layerings. Is this a characteristic of a solar print?

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    1. Thank you Jack. The misty layerings include the actual solar print and one printed on Japanese paper and the initial image on a form of acetate. I'm now hoping to make another solar print of this combined image.

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  2. Aaahh. God these are gorgeous Alice. Painfully beautiful.

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    1. Thank you Sarah! Painfully beautiful is a lovely description.

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  3. black.. speaks volumes.. gesture speaks feelings.

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    1. Donna thank you. I notice you have a love of all things layered and ancient looking too.

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  4. I love your layers, the words that pull them out for us... I found your blog via another blogger and I love it!! Thank you.

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    1. Thank you Ann for your kind remarks.

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  5. So amazing...love every bit of it!

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  6. You have brilliant grip of giving shades. Have you shared your amazing art work at any Art sharing sites?

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    1. That's very kind of you to say nomzam. Yes I am on other sites. I have a facebook page, a pinterest board, a saatchi page and am on various other websites like Art Selector!

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  7. I love these - the layers and the tonal qualities are fantastic. I've been experimenting with solar plate/photopolymer printmaking myself, but nothing as good as this.

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    1. Thank you Paul. I quite often print one plate on top of another which gives the end image a different dimension.

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