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“The chief enemy of creativity is good sense.” – Pablo Picasso

And here we have a quote I can run with!
So at 2:30am or so, I began reworking a background I’d started the other day and hated. Now after 4am and done for down with good sense!!
Goal of this art was also to try and avoid waking poor James by not pulling out tons of collage and art supplies. This was actually a benefit for less turned out to be more. The few supplies allowed me to focus and not be distracted by too many options!
(Sorry for lousy photo again.)

Acrylic paint, paper, white-out

Images from artist Thasnai Sethaseree, then Prasert Yodkeaw & Manit Kantasak
And inspiration from this image – http://www.scmp.com/sites/default/files/styles/486×302/public/2013/07/10/korea-kaesong.jpg?itok=T988mbqS

Lesson Learned:
– Way more enjoyable to just go with it and not agonize over the details.
– Easier to work with white-out for writing with the understanding it makes a mess.

See the rest of the images from my 30 Days of Art Challenge:

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