Ja, Taste of Salt and Snow is the kind of painting for which I am “known” - painted cut-apart, reassembled, painted some more. Cutting apart leaves spaces to invite the viewer to enter and fill in with their own memories. The paintings are never done until the viewer completes them.
Love the Epsom Salt snow and using the mason jars. I probably have 20 mason jars lying around the house. What a great way to use them for holiday decor. Some great ideas from all the comments, too!
Sweet Fragrance and Taste of Salt and Snow are 2 outstanding works of Art. They are brilliant. I especially like Taste of SS for its depth and contrasts of colour and texture. Looking at it I am transported to my beloved Oregon Coast of sand dunes and oyster shacks. I am standing at the edge of the water with my toes in the sand gazing at the hills in the near distance.
There’s not a whole lot of snow here in Texas, but I’m of the mindset that if you have lemons you should make lemonade! No snow you say? That’s no reason not to have a White Christmas as long as you have some salt on hand. Our Advent Art Activity for the 9th day of December was making salty snow prints. I got the idea from an amazing “friend” and fellow crafty Momma, Val from