Rocks of Ages

"I remember not having a clear idea of what I wantedto do or where I wanted to go when I started this piece. I began with a very general sketch of some irregular shapes using a pencil. Then I selected some paint pens; yellow, green and two shades of blue, and colored in most of the shapes. I added gold and silver metallic acrylics to give some contrast. To give the shapes greater definition, I outlined them primarily in black paint pens; then a bit of orange; two empty spots I filled in with white paint and added gold dots. The final step was to add irregular black lines to four of the blue shapes. To me, the final piece looks like a pile of rocks of different colors, shapes, and textures . . . "Rocks of Ages.""

- Susan Schanerman

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