Last weekend I had to create more space on my bookshelf for my 2022 photobooks that I’d had printed with all the pages I’d created last year. Apart from the fact the books weigh a ton, I considered the amount of money I’ve spent over the years getting my artwork printed. Yes, it runs to a pretty penny but truthfully, the memories and stories between the hard back covers are absolutely priceless and I know when I’m no longer around, my kids won’t be interested in trawling through my (by then hopefully way outdated) laptop to see my work but they will enjoy flicking through my books from time to time. All that to say, I hope you print your art in whatever format that works for you!
So let’s see what attracted my attention in the galleries today!
A page with extra pop is Do What You Love by Miki. The framed images are so striking against the blended backdrop that you can’t help stopping for a closer look. Nicely embellished with just a few elements, this is a terrific masculine page!
Summer has arrived with Amy L’s page entitled Nothing Better. The rainbow of colour here is so playful while the mix of florals and framing add to the fun element of this page. Delightful!
[Wedding] by pkfotografie is a wonderful piece of art. I love the unusual colour palette and the mixed media that gives the page its dreamy, textured look. Beautiful!
Monochromatic pages always catch my eye and So Beautiful by terryb is a fine example. Beautiful blending adds texture and interest to a page that could easily be a magazine ad! Very nicely done!
The Hike by Blackkathy has been created using a host of chunky layers that add lots of beautiful depth to her page. Lovely lilac tones accentuate the image while the florals add a gorgeous, feminine touch. So pretty!
Another page that oozes Summer is Hello June by chunlin. I love the design of this page, the trio of images that blend horizontally and the rich, warm colours that really bring this page to life. Really love this one!
I hope you’ve enjoyed my picks for today. When you get a moment, please click on the links above and leave a comment or two for the artists, I know they’ll appreciate it. Till next time, take care and happy scrapping!