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Monoprint on paper from oil on glass. Multiple layers scraped in between each pressing.

Monoprint on paper from oil on glass. Multiple layers scraped in between each pressing.

How to Make a Scrapbook - Scrapbooking with Tabs, Great for Multi Photos on a page

33 Creative Scrapbook Ideas Every Crafter Should Know

Do you remember waking up on a bitter cold winters morning and you windows looked like this...on the inside?

Do you remember waking up on a bitter cold winters morning and you windows looked like this...on the inside?

2-Ingredient SKILLET PIZZA Mozzarella Cheese Toppings of Choice 10 inch non-stick skillet Set pan over medium high heat. Add a layer of Mozzarella cheese to the bottom of the pan. When the cheese starts bubbling, add toppings (dont overload it or youll have a tough time later).

2-Ingredient SKILLET PIZZA Mozzarella Cheese Toppings of Choice 10 inch non-stick skillet Set pan over medium high heat. Add a layer of Mozzarella cheese to the bottom of the pan. When the cheese starts bubbling, add toppings (dont overload it or youll have a tough time later).

Rust | さび | Rouille | ржавчина | Ruggine | Herrumbre | Chip | Decay | Metal | Corrosion | Tarnish | Texture | Colors | Contrast | Patina | Decay |

Rust | さび | Rouille | ржавчина | Ruggine | Herrumbre | Chip | Decay | Metal | Corrosion | Tarnish | Texture | Colors | Contrast | Patina | Decay |

Carolyn Genders, "Living in the country, references to landscapes influences my work. Responding to the material & rhythm of form, I make marks of depth and variation, scratching and scraping through layers of slip, revealing the clay. I work intuitively, spontaneously, creating forms and surfaces that evoke the feeling I have when I am part of the landscape, not illustrating it but striving to convey nuance of shape, balance and mass and creating mood and atmosphere."

Carolyn Genders, "Living in the country, references to landscapes influences my work. Responding to the material & rhythm of form, I make marks of depth and variation, scratching and scraping through layers of slip, revealing the clay. I work intuitively, spontaneously, creating forms and surfaces that evoke the feeling I have when I am part of the landscape, not illustrating it but striving to convey nuance of shape, balance and mass and creating mood and atmosphere."

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