Thursday, July 23, 2015

My Buried Treasure with Seth Apter

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Thank you so much to Seth Apter for giving us this fun... I have already started looking at all the wonderful Buried Treasure posts..... by lots of incredible artists. 


I originally did mine wrong - they were supposed to be on the same page - ugh.  BUT.... just click below for the links to find out how I made my little buried treasures and see more pictures!!!   The second one - in pink - was an intuitive painting so seeing how it began is interesting!!! I think you will enjoy them - keeping my fingers crossed!!!  

http://joiattheranch.blogspot.com/2015/07/the-unimaginable-what-is-that-to-you.html




http://joiattheranch.blogspot.com/2015/07/intuitive-painting-pretty-in-pink-repost.html



http://joiattheranch.blogspot.com/2015/07/purple-mountain-majesty-repost-for.html 



Thanks bunches and bunches to Seth...
 and to all of you who stop by to look.
I soooooooo love and appreciate your comments!
Sincerely
Joi

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12 comments:

Valerie-Jael said...

Wow, what a wonderful collection of treasure. I especially love the first one with the great quote. Have a lovely day, hugs, Valerie

BusyB said...

It was just fun to stop by and see your art. Lovely!

Jo Murray said...

You have a way with texture Joi...lovely pieces.

Halle said...

Yours are just lovely! I did my very first post for buried treasure the same way you did today. It's all good...just showing others what we are really proud of! Thanks for stopping by my blog!

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

I was super impressed with these gorgeous pieces. I'm not a PINK girl, but I simply adore the Pretty in Pink. It is awesome and it's hard to imagine it is intuitive painting. Such great use of color AND texture. I'm so glad you reposted all of these!!

Catherine R said...

I am drawn to the Pretty in Pink too - just want to walk up that path and see what's through the archway.

john said...

I love the texture in your work. :-) Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment.

John

Pamellia Johnson said...

Holy wowsers Joi. I have been here for a while looking over the posts with the art work and I am just blown away! I'm so glad you included that shot with your hand in the image because I couldn't believe how big that piece is, holy smokes!! You are truly amazing and I just adore your work!! Bravo, kudos and all the other words that would fit!! hugs :)

johanna said...

it is incredible how you can create depth and Dimension by painting. love the texture you achieved. a big bravo from me and thanks so much for your Kind comment on my blog.

Jean said...

These are wonderful pieces! Just love all the details!

Sara Barker said...

Oh, Yes! I enjoyed each one! I am amazed at the size of your last piece and with your intuitive piece! And to think you never visited either Paris or New Orleans! My first thought was New Orleans, and I've been there. Gorgeous buried treasure! Hugs!

Sue C said...

All three pieces are fabulous Joi ! The colours and textures are just gorgeous ! Sue C x