Citra Solv in the Art Journal

the gift of fantasy watermark

I have shared this art journal page before, but I thought it would be a fitting welcome to my new followers who hopped over here from my guest post on Julie Balzer’s site yesterday.  This page is an example of how I use Citra Solv altered papers as a collage element in my work. Love this whimsical lady and her bird, and the color scheme adds some variety to my journal pages.  Gotta love the Albert Einstein quote too!

If you happened to miss the how to Citra Solv post on Julie’s blog, go here.

Happy Citra Solving!

 

9 thoughts on “Citra Solv in the Art Journal

  1. I’m one of those “new” followers and so glad to be here. This is stunning! Also loved looking at your repurposed bags, wish we’d kept my sons jerseys.

  2. I’m one of the new followers from Julie’s amazing blog! So glad to be here, your work is stunning, inspiring and beautiful. Thanks for sharing … looking forward!

  3. So glad I found your blog (through Julie’s post) – have been meaning to try the citra solve technique – still looking for some old National Geographics 😉

    • Isn’t it though? I have always admired the beautiful photography in National Geographic magazines, it’s no wonder the melt into such wonderfully rich colors!

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