|page in Paint Table Journal-2|
For instance, I already have sheets of paper in my stash that look a lot like something in her work so I tore off bits of two papers and glued them to the journal page as a reminded that I have these papers and know where to get more. I suspect that she used this same paper to print the image on the left side of both pieces, but not being a printmaker I'll glue the paper onto a collage or glue a bit to board to create texture and paint over it. I made notes about the look of text, something that's long interested me.
I noted, "I'm drawn to Anne Moore's work because of the look of text which indicates something deeper happening below the surface." and "lines across the top; text area on left; written text on top of paint; large circles". This is one way I learn and advance in my approach to the easel. As I start working with what I taught myself on this journal page I know that my work will take on my own style and end up looking nothing like hers.
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