When I was listening in to Hilary's one-on-one chats with some of the other students I had a lightbulb moment. Other students have chosen a particular image for their inspiration which is more easily incorporated into their designs and I realised that this was where my difficulty lay. My source of inspiration is a fountain in King's Cross, Sydney.
I have associated this in my mind with Agapanthus but when I got home I looked online to be able to send a link to Hilary and discovered that actually the fountain is described as a dandelion fountain.
I have lots of dandelion photos so sorted out a few of those.
I went for a short walk and picked some small dandelion leaves and pressed them for a couple of days. Today I used then with my gelli plate. I used blue, green and white fabric acrylic paint, a bought stencil and a bought dandelion stamp.
As you can see the colours are much more muted than when I work at The Bramble Patch.
I have some ideas percolating around my head for these. But that's enough photos for today.
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