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Friday, July 13, 2012

Listen to the Music of the Rain

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 This week I did a simple collage. The background was done using acrylic paints. The umbrella and the raindrops have been cut from an old music sheet that I got from a yard sale-:) and for the writing and the girl I used Pitt pens. The dress of the girl was done using alphabet stamps and Yes! lastly,I splattered India ink on the page.

 I have more of those pretty music sheets and I think my creativity will work around them in the coming days.

Linking this page to Julie Balzer's Art Journal Everyday.

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  1. Hi Susan,

    This is sooo sweet, love the dress and her curly hair!! What a beautiful background color this is. Hooray for music paper, I love using music/book paper for everything!! The splats are always the most fun arent' they!!

    So happy to see this today, so lovely!!
    Enjoy your weekend.

  2. Hi Susan, this is such a gorgeous page!. She is LOVELY. I LOVE the musical rain :). I love to play in the rain too when I was small, and nowadays I stuck my hands out my window just to 'play' in the rain, LOL. Hugs.

  3. What a really sweet page! I love your musical umbrella and rain drops and the girl with the alphabet dress is just darling! We actually had thunderstorms rolling thru last eve and I just had to sit outside a bit and even jump in a puddle-nothing like it in the summertime.

  4. Susan, beautiful, colorful pages. BTW, I used Twinklings H20 on that painting. I use them all the time. They are my favorite medium. How many did you order? I started with the little kit of 6, then upgraded to the 20 something pack that has been suggested by Dion Dior, and now I just by the colors that make me happy. I love this medium so much. They are beautiful and the mica in it adds such beautiful spark to the painting.

  5. Thank you all for your comments.
    Dawn, I love, love the music sheets that I got. Will be creating more with it.
    Shahrul, I am always in love with the rain-:)
    Linda how awesome, did you really do that? When my son jumps on puddles, sometimes I restrain myself from stopping him. Aren't such things the pleasures of childhood?
    Thank you Ana


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I am someone who loves almost everything that is related to art-be it writing, painting, crafts, music, dance; Yes,anything that can enliven my spirit. I am originally from Kerala,India. Currently I live in the US.