Tuesday, 17 July 2012

What is my art style?

A friend said to me that they didn't know what their artistic style was, and it made me think, you know, I don't think I know what mine is either! I see things in other people's great creations and something gets switched on, an idea pops into my head and I'm away. But I still don't seem to have a particular style yet, I suppose this will come in time I guess. 




The background is turquoise Dylusion's inks and gesso. The lovely extra bluey bits are where I have brushed over the page with interference blue Golden Paint. I love these paints, I gotta thank Kate Crane for introducing them to me,  or not  as I'll never have any money again at this rate. I have a very big Christmas list so far this year, and I'm trying to be good! 

I cut the words and parts of the lady out of the Sunday newspaper. The boots are Dylusions stamps. The hat and the hearts I cut out of a poetry book. Then I just started to write about what my style is, or if indeed I do have one yet.
Michelle xxxx

5 comments:

inkypinkycraft said...

Great pages..i don't have a set style either..kind of ebbs and flows and evolves..and i tend to got through phases...experimental at the moment! I think I like grunge most..and distress but then I am falling in love with colour too! In think your style or evolving style is great and your work is fab! Trace x

Michelle Webb said...

Trace, thank you, you say the nicest things xx

Wendy Fraser said...

Wow, who's been a busy girl while I was away?! What stunning creations! I think you do have a definite style, I could pick out your wonderful work at 100 paces! xxx

Redanne said...

Hi Michelle, when I started blogging about 4 months ago, I put on my blog that I don't know what my style is either. Like you I love to see what other people create and then I get inspiration from that. Nowadays I don't think it is so important to have a particular style as there are so many lovely ones out there (like Kate Crane). Your journal pages are fabulous, beautiful colours, wonderful design and great idea to cut out pics too. Thank you for your visit earlier, btw the watch bits were an Ebay find. A x

PS - must look for that paint you mention, it looks so interesting.

maj. said...

This is absolutely beautiful!

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