From the Doodler:
I finished work today, and was ready to do my daily doodle, when I realized that I'd left most of my doodle supplies at my Open Art Studio yesterday. At my apartment, I had a file of scrap paper, an exacto knife, and some glue; I didn't want to go out again, so I made do. You could say, I was saved by the Scrap Angel.
The scraps forming Scrap Angel came from an afternoon in Tucson over a year ago, when I took my friend, Tara, to the art store to get her some watercolors. We messed around with them on a sheet of paper, using a relief, some iridescent colors, and some glazing, and I ended up with the sheet of paper we used.
The energy forming Scrap Angel is pure Open Art Studio energy -that fearless, creative freedom born inside a space filled with people of all ages making daring leaps of art.
Before every studio day, I slightly question my sanity, and yet, with Scrap Angel watching over the day, it always seems to work out. Yesterday, we had eight people, age 10-67, painting, collaging, sewing, drawing, designing, doing calligraphy, and making stained glass art! Thank you, Scrap Angel, and thank you yesterday's fearless artists. I hope to see you all again soon!
I can't resist sharing some photos of my inspiration for this one:
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The Drawing for the original will be Tuesday night, 1/7/2014!