Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Peering Through Windows

Recently a wonderful art class fell into my lap.
I was going to take a class from one instructor but circumstances changed and the class was canceled. (This was an opportunity to learn more from Jill Berry in person. Unfortunately she had to have surgery, instead of meeting with me and a few hundred of her adoring fans at Art & Soul in Portland.)
So I looked around for another opportunity and found it by signing up for a  "windows" class from Roxane Evans Stout.
Picture yourself able to peer into a cottage window, or out of one. You get to imagine the view.
The first picture is from the class. The next ones are an offshoot project. Same principle; just smaller 3x4 inch to fit on a 6x6 inch canvas.
Making these small worlds within books is great fun - femminismo

3 comments:

Fresca said...

Love it!

rivergardenstudio said...

Jeanne, thank you for sharing your beautiful blog with me! Seeing the first page again is wonderful, all your details and colors just sing out!! And the other offshoot pages are so poetic and pure loveliness.
Hugs to you,
roxanne

Nina Fenner said...

Beautiful. Love that poem, who is it by?