Tuesday, 30 October 2012

October card from Robyn



The "Chiostro die S. Francesco" looks like a serene place to relax from everyday life, a marvelous place to draw undisturbed. Robyn drew the cloister in the technique of solar etching print. A technique that I have never tried. I found on youtube some movies that show very well how it works. Thanks Robyn for this lovely card showing how beautiful you have it where you live.




On the other side of the card there is a little extra piece of art: "The watercolour is a beautiful little enemy from our garden« Robyn wrote.

5 comments:

Desiree said...

What a beautiful card, I will have to go look up this technique, I love it. I also recognize that awful bug as a garden pest! Love the color, hate the bug!

Cathy Gatland said...

A lovely drawing, again demonstrating how black and white linework can be so colourful and full of light. Hope you keep that pretty bug over on that side of the ocean though!

Alison Staite said...

It does look a serene place and i think Robyn has captured that quality perfectly.

Love the bug too! :o)

Bridget Hunter said...

A very strong little image - the technique is perfect for capturing the beauty and silence of the place.

Pat said...

Great work Robyn. The image is so strong.

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