My art journaling is off the page and on the canvas this week. I am excited that I left so much white space here since I rarely seem to do that! Every time I thought about adding something it only detracted from it so that told me it was complete.
I’m working with a painfully slow internet connection today. I think Fred and Barney are in the back peddling as fast as they can to get the internet to work….Keeping this short so I can spend the next hour trying to get it to upload. I won’t ever take my high speed internet for granted again!
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Love the colors and the image!! It’s like she’s dancing in the spring rain! 🙂
WOW Carolyn I love this one again so much. The silhouette between this green and blue, really marvelous.
Loving the drippy colours, and the image, really refreshing! Valerie
ugh, carolyn, the internet is horrible here today, too! i love your canvas – such wonderful colors – i really like the drip-downs – so much fun!
Lovely drips of blues and greens, is the ocean in your journaling dreams? xox
This is just so beautiful, Carolyn. I sometimes have difficulty with white space, too, but in this case…definitely…less is more. Your figure just pops!
What a wonderful silhouette! It shines from within.
did you have a stencil for the figure, or is there a tutorial on making stencils somewhere? thanks
love the blues and green…I love drippy paint!!…and your dancing gal!!..
Yes, like it just as it is. I hope Fred and Barney can keep you online!! 😉
I love what you did. It looks like you had a lot of fun!
I love the colors and the way the girl looks like she is really enjoying herself. Or maybe she could be a singer on stage. I really like the way she looks.
ooooohhhhh, I really , really like this! Colors, composition, layers, technique – love it all!
Oh I love this! It shows joy and life!
I love the colors and the arms raised in joy… at least that’s how I see it. You were right that it is enough. Well done!
P.S. I hope your internet speeds itself up. Mine has been slow today too, so I can identify. Happy PPF!
the colours are so gorgeous and summery… hope the connection gets fixed soon so we can get more of this inspiration…xx
This is so fascinating! I see something different every time I look at it. . . . singing in the rain; a rising curtain; a Goddess conjuring up a storm. Love it!
I love the white space and drips. I am terrible with leaving white space. I am trying to leave more areas for the eyes to rest. Such joyous vibrant colours.
Lovely drips and colours. To leave white spaces is certainly really difficult so you must be very proud of yourself. Happy PPF, Annette x
Love the colors! This is like a negative painting and yes, all the white space makes it special.
Great colors and I love the outline! 🙂
Love this! So happy and vibrant.
I love your use of negative space! Very cool. I was just thinking yesterday I needed to try some silhouettes soon!
Carolyn, I love the color combination. I think this would make a fabulous dress fabric by repeating the pattern over and over. My computer is painfully slow today too.
Great shapes and gesture!
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Love the drippy paint, beautiful colors and the triumphant figure! And the white space, I have a problem with that, too! Great job!
Very cool. I love that even though its a simple canvas, I has so much movement, thanks to the stenciled lady’s pose and the drips. Gorgeous.
This made me smile from top to bottom!!!! HPPF!
I really like this one. You are right, all the white space really makes a statement here. The girl and her pose are perfect and I love that beautiful color raining down on her. Happy PPF
I have trouble leaving white space, too, and it’s important.
Love this! Great energy and the colors really add to it–
I love the colours you’ve used!
Oh how I LOVE the spirit of this piece!!! as another commenter said it looks as tho she’s joyfully dancing in the rain. I was told one time that I needed to really play and be free more, jump in the rain… so now (sometimes even in the cold)I will splash my feet in a puddle in the rain and speak my gratitude. This beautiful art has touched my heart-thank you.
Oh my! This is fabulous! I love the colors and you are so right about the white space!
I love this. so colorful and like the idea of being out in the rain. Very nicely done!
Wow ~ there is something totally sensuous about this artwork ~ very freeing ~ Wow! ~ (A Creative Harbor)
I agree! It’s just right ‘as is’. I know how hard it is to leave white space.
LOVE this – it jumps right out of the gallery at Art Journal Every Day!
I really love this!!Great colors and I really love drippy paintings!!!
I absolutely love her in outline. It is so different, interesting and clever of you. Blessings, Janet PPF
oh Carolyn, this is a gorgeous work!!!!. LOVE the stencil lady and oh so beautiful drips!. Heavenly done. Love the colors too :).
stunning colours and love that silhouette image. x
This is so beautiful. I love the “ta da” feel of it. You are so brave to leave all the white but I agree that this canvas is perfect as it is. And the drips are delicious!
PERFECT! love this 🙂
Oh Carolyn this is lovely! Love the 2-colour scheme and the figure surrounded by blue. Great work!
Wowzer to that colour combo! Wonderful canvas, I really like how you used the woman figure as a mask and those drips, they’re fab 🙂
I am going to break out in “Singing in the rain” now. Great job. Hope Barney & Fred keep peddling. HPPF
Beautiful colors and your lady looks happy and blessed ,drenched in those bright shades !
What a gorgeous page! Love the white space, and the dripping! It has such beautifully happy feel to it!
Oh wow, Carolyn. Looks like she’s dancing in the rain. This is glorious!
Love the bold colors and simple design on this page–great use of white space. It’s hard for me to leave pieces of page uncovered, you did it beautifully 🙂
OMG, this is so striking…. I love it!
Such a wonderful page, I am in love with the colour combination and that yummylicious DRIPPAGe…such a delightful page, thanks for leaving a comment on my blog.