Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Musing the Disparate, Update-Butterfly Effect, June Blog Giveaway

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The below illustration was purely an exercise for me in exploring the repetition of  various forms with a focus on collage and design,   however disparate.  

 Things so unlike that there is no basis for comparison.  

The crook of a tail, the bend of an arm at the wrist, a tail feather navigating a direction through the wind.

 A vine cascading downward, returning to the earth,  energy flowing through water, falling to the ground, rising to the surface, finding the sky. 
  
 Moving forward and through the mystery of the next moment. 
  
 Elements of water, air-wind, earth and sky inter-mixed and interdependent. 

Nature's palette.

Soft and gentle.

Grace and morning...glories.


"The Flow" - 8 x 10 inch digital illustration/collage
Image Credits - here
The Butterfly Effect - while I was out of town, several beautiful new butterflies landed and I was so re-energized by this and for the project.   I'll be photographing them this week and hopefully updating and adding them by the end of the week.  Please note there is still lots of time to work on and submit butterflies - whether you submit to me first or directly to the Holocaust Museum Houston.  For more information go here 
June Blog Giveaway - details to follow soon.
Thanks for reading and for your always welcomed comments. 

4 comments:

cat lacigale said...

love your collage ! The colours are fantastic !

Sherry Smyth said...

Your work always moves me Trudi. So beautiful!

Gez said...

Beautiful artwork :)

Keeping my fingers crossed that my butterflies made it safely across the sea to you..xx

Lorraine@creativedaily said...

A lovely palette and beautiful composition.