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Monday, 26 January 2015

Inchie and Journal Page

Hello Everyone. I hope you had a good weekend and the weather was ok for you. We are off on the early train to Sheffield for the day as we got a special offer on our train routes. I was born in Sheffield so I am looking forward to seeing how it has changed over the years

At Art Journal Journey there is still time to show how you have been inspired by the Masters. I bought a book on Saturday at Oxfam. It is callled Techniques of Impressionists and has some wonderful pictures in it. For 99p it was such a 
bargain and looks like new.

One of the artist is Signac

Born Paul Victor Jules Signac
11 November 1863
Paris, France
Died 15 August 1935 (aged 71)
Paris, France
Nationality French
Known for Painting
Movement Post-Impressionism, Neo-impressionism, Pointillism, modern art

I have never tried this style of art before and this attempt is done in Promarkers not paints which I intend to try.




At Every Inchie Monday the subject is talk

 I hadn't a clue how to use this theme for an inchie so I hope this says 'talk'

Have wonderful day and thank you for calling in

Love Chrissie x





27 comments:

  1. your pointillism painting is really nice, I like Impressionism very much. And you inchie is perfect for the theme!

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  2. Loooooooove your journal page! Such a cute inchie! Like all the detail you put into it.

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  3. Love your pointillist painting, looks great! Your book was a bargain. Thanks for joining us at Art Journey journey again, and for all your support! And the inchie is great with the lovely felt background. Enjoy your day out! Hugs, Valerie

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  4. I am in awe of your pointillism painting. I do not have the patience for that. So i commend you on that, beautiful. I do think talk when i look at your inchie. Great job on it

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  5. Lovely work Chrissie :)
    Von ♥

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  6. Love your take on Signac, never seem to see much of his work about :-( and that's one cute little inchie !

    Sally

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  7. Wonderful journalpage and inchie!

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  8. Fabulous Chrissie! Pointelism (or hoeever you spell that) is such an interesting technique. Both of your creations look wonderful! Enjoy the day in Sheffield!!

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  9. Love your beautiful and stunning creation, it’s gorgeous and the inchie well they still amaze me...xx
    ..♥ aNNie



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  10. These are gorgeous Chrissie ! Hope you will have a nice day in Sheffield ! Hugs, blessings and love from Catherine

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  11. Wow Chrissie, that must have taken forever with all the dots, well done! Great inchie today too! hugs :)

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  12. I loved teaching pointillism back in the day. Children have a lot more patience than I when it comes to doing all those dots. Yours is wonderful. I like the simplicity of your inchie this week. Maybe your hands were just too tired after doing all those dots :)

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  13. Your pointillism drawing is nice. I've always wanted to try that out.....hmmm. I like your inchie too

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  14. great pointillism! Your inchie does indeed get across the idea of talk. this one was a toughie.

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  15. Lovely artwork. The inchie is great for talk.

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  16. Love your mark making landscape and of course your inchie is fab, still can't believe how small they are - lol xx

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  17. Hope you had a wonderful day today, Chrissie! It's so nice to take the train every now and then, enjoy the landscape as it passes by! Love your pointillism creation, it's so colourful and detailed! And your inchie is absolutely darling, so sweet! Enjoy your evening, sending hugs, Ira xox
    Ira’s Crea Corner

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  18. Hope you had a lovely train day out today. A beautiful landscape scene, love the summer colours. Great inchie, that was a hard theme for a small space.
    Yvonne xx

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  19. I just love your pointelism journal page!
    And the inchie is charming too!

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  20. Wow Chrissie - that looks great ! The inchie is so besutiful as well!

    GORGEOUS!

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  21. Ah Pointillism... very interesting. Not sure I'd have the patience but it looks good. The inchie is nice too.

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  22. What a lovely inchie. It's brilliant.

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  23. Wow, your pointillism picture is awesome! I am looking forward to seeing what you do with paints too. Love the inchie too! xxx

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  24. Love these Chrissie, I really like pointillism (even if I can't spell it 1st time lol) xx

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  25. Both great, love the painting.

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  26. Loving this technique! Jenny x

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  27. Wow! It really looks like an impressionist painting.

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Thank you for all of your comments. Reading them brings precious moments. Isn't it great to be able to be in touch with so many nice people in this way.