Monday, June 20, 2022

shells 1, 2, 3, 4


When I was camping in Assateague last fall, I collected a lot of shells-- all broken and unsuitable for habitation.
Like anyone, I can't resist picking up shells! And I have quite a lot, including some, to me, very cool looking oyster shells-- they can be so frilly ... and, being largely flat, will be, I anticipate, a challenge to paint. Working my way up to it!

When I printed a couple of photos to work from, I got surprising, and pleasing, results.
In the first, the printer was running out of ink.
In the second, I was reusing s piece of paper but inserted it wrong-side-up.


Lisa Le Quelenec said...

I love all of these Laura. They make a great collection seeing them all together.

Debbie Nolan said...

Laura a lovely job with the shells. Great colours you chose. Hope you have a good day.