Trees: ink, light and feeling

Trees: ink, light and feeling

Feeling the trees with ink and light.

Brushes and skewers, are used lightly softly.

The black ink diluted in many tones, plays upon the dampened paper.

 

 

ink trees in black, tree reflections, inktober, debiriley.com
Ink Trees

 

Trees in Ink

 

You never know, just what may come about, what may emerge.

A surprise each time.

 

Many surprises are wonderful.

And many are also oops and border right on the cusp of utter disaster.

 

But I try to give the positive experience, that creative moment at hand,Β  my entire focus.

And disregard the negatives.

 

 

 

inked up trees, debiriley.com
inked up trees

 

 

black and white ink, ink chop carved, debiriley.com
Ink chop Black and White

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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15 thoughts on “Trees: ink, light and feeling

    1. hi Margaret, thank you! the skewer lines for the trunks…. they were so much fun to do; I really think you’d like doing this too sometime… even with paints πŸ™‚

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  1. I have been playing with ink some lately too – another online class hosted by Carla Sonheim, this one was with Lendon Noe. We used mixed media such as inks with poetry. Another fabulous class that I hope to explore in more detail. I really like your trees and the effect you achieved. Bravo!! πŸŒ²πŸ‘

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