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Another set of travel journal play ink and watercolour pages, this time in my mini Moleskine:

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Some quick play pages in one of my travel journals; all a mix of watercolour, ink and various additional layers of gesso, writing etc.

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This is a set of watercolour abstracts. The first two are just watercolour and experimenting with masking fluid in different ways to create different effects. The third also used masking fluid along with oil pastels to add areas of different marks while the fourth used no masking fluid, instead concentrating on the pastels for the shapes and interest. All were done on watercolour paper and are available for sale:

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It has been time to revisit and finish some of the dreaded WiPs. City roots is an acrylic on acrylic board piece with plenty of layers and colour that speaks to me of the need to recognise and coexist with nature despite the development humans press on the world. We put down our own roots with what we build and the lives we lead as surely as nature does. This piece is available for sale.

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I love these three abstract experiments all working with the same techniques and starting point. They took a life of their own so I just went with it to see what would happen. They’re all acrylic on canvas though the first one has areas of gloss varnish too and the third some oil pastel thrown in. All three are available for sale:

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Free play with the (13.1 – 13.3) experiments and getting messy with them then had me working on a few other small watercolours in my travel sketchbooks, also abstracts but more controlled:

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Three abstract stamping experiments; the first was stamping into thick paint layers, the second stamping to create a composition and then adding thin layers of paint over the top and the third using stamps to create a composition and painting up from that:

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