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Spread 0165 – Restless March 28, 2014

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SPREAD 165 - RESTLESS - 72

Spread 0165 – Restless

28 March 2013

Vintage and personal images, found papers, tracing papers images, wallpapers, Nova Color paints, white gesso, Adirondack Spray Inks, matt medium, Sigano white gel pen, Micron black pen, Sharpie paint pens.

Long about this time of year it happens for me, a restlessness about spring and warm weather, and planting. It is also restlessness to work in my journal in my favorite space, my backyard. Stirrings in my soul. Do you feel it too?

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1. Seth - March 28, 2014

Fascinating pages. So many layers and details to explore here.

2. John - March 28, 2014

ABSOLUTELY LOVE THIS SPREAD!

3. Lori - March 29, 2014

So interesting…. Love the intensity of color….

4. Leslie van der Heide - March 29, 2014

yes, love the color and the native figure. I will tune into this when i take a class from Orly in sept in Bantry Ireland Brian. I can’t wait.
Your journaling is super!

5. emilyclineart - March 29, 2014

Brian ~ your work constantly pulls me in and begs me to sit and stay and wander around. Thank you for sharing your honesty and gorgeous talent!

6. John - March 29, 2014

I am back to look at this spread. You really have accomplished a great one here, Brian!

7. Orly - March 29, 2014

This image of the boy is “soul stirring”….influencing my mood. There is something about that boy that feels universal, something tender, and something harsh. Needy yet defiant. It’s rare that we can express our contradictions so genuinely like you did here. Noticed how the ‘boy’ springs out from the foggy background…Springs out..XOXO
Your ‘boy’ is moving me…

8. pearlandroses - March 29, 2014

Everything about this spread is wonderful. The background supports the beautiful image so nicely. You were really able to express all your feelings.

9. rox - March 31, 2014

I’m so drawn to this figure you’ve created. the red details, his expression, the contouring of his shape…

so expressive and wonderful. xo


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