1. Paint, stamp, or drizzle tar gel on absorbent, DRY paper. Here I'm using good, heavy watercolor paper. I could have painted it with light colors first if I had wanted to. You definitely should, for added interest!
2. When the tar gel is dry, wash over it with watercolors or any waterbased, diluted paint or ink. Here I also used non-permanent markers and added black accents with a pen.
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TO SELECT WELL AMONG OLD THINGS IS ALMOST EQUAL TO INVENTING NEW ONES.
Don't you just hate it when you find typografical errors?
I had a boyfriend with a wooden leg...
but I broke it off.
This is Wall Art, Literally!
I took this lovely photo in a building that was being renovated. The various layers had been exposed, and management graciously allowed me to photograph it. Maybe you can use it as the basis for a non-objective painting!
THOSE WHO MAKE THE BIGGEST DIFFERENCE IN YOUR LIFE...
are the ones who care the most.
A Book About My Dad
Cal Schultz was a very talented artist and a cool step-dad.
One of Five Winners!
In 2007 I was honored to be selected in a nation-wide "expressions" contest put on by Wheatthins.
I was fascinated by this phallic symb--I mean ARCHITECTURE--when I was in London. "Gherkin" is another word for a pickle, of course.
Hyde Park Inhabitants
My first day in London, I saw these lovely creatures.
Laugh Until You Tinkle.
copyright Paula Guhin
The purpose of a child's middle name:
So he can tell when he's really in trouble.
Private Collection of Susan Meidinger
Free Image for You!
I took this photo at an abandoned house...I like to use doorway images in my work. Feel free to copy it if you like!