The idea is marvelous!It has given rise to an idea I may borrow for a painting I have of the same title 'Burnt Offerings'.Thank you for sharing,Egmont
Sensational! And your paintings below - just take my breath away...
Creepy plus very touching thinking about what it symbolises! Goosebump stuff :(
Moving and emotional. I don't want to go there at this time.
Love what you're doing.
Isn't it insane? All in the name of religion.
Great idea Judy. Loving the unfolding of the ideas as you go.
Thanks everyone, it seemed like the logical thing to do. After being in Mexico and seeing how they used natural resources for their pigments, it certainly inspired me to make some of my own.
What a wonderful idea, though born in pain I'm sure it will translate into a life-affirming painting at your hand (with a little help from M of course!).
That is interesting. Especially since we have been "making paper" in our classroom these last few weeks. I would like to try this on my own.
powerful as always!!
that is indeed very powerful. you are amazing, love the way you work. but you knew that already.
wow.. i'm anxious to see what you do with this!! i love using 'odd' mediums and this interests me....a lot!your work i love!!
very interesting---can't wait to see how you use this 'pigment' in your work.
Just think of the hidden meaning you can give to the work made with your burnt pigments, depending on what you burn? Flowers, cloth, wood...takes on the spirit of what it came from?
Exactly Melanie! Much of my work is about hidden meanings the conduit being symbolism.
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