#2 in the Book Inscription series. This inscription was in a 1932 Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin. I thought it an odd book for this inscription and felt it warranted an image from an earlier time period; an image that had a bit of gravity and seriousness. Certainly a frivolous person wouldn’t want to be remembered by this particular book! I would love to know the story behind this choice.
For the child in all of us…
Been intrigued lately with wanting to achieve a more abstract look to figures which I plan on incorporating into my hands-on art. This piece was made using a vintage photo and many layers in Photoshop.
This week’s AWAKE training really resonated with me. I love using vintage photos in digital art pieces. It is also a blast to find new elements to work with or un-earth ones hidden away in my digital stash.