She always had that look about her, that look of otherness, of eyes that see things much too far, and of thoughts that wander off the edge of the world. ~Joanne Harris
Watercolor background, acrylic paint, pastels for the flowers, some hand-stitching, and the portrait is sketched onto off-white paper and then cut out. Find all instructions on the artist, Renee Mueller on YouTube.
From the previous post and class I was reminded of Archetype Cards. I have enjoyed making these collages and find I wander back and forth with them. I have kept a notebook through the years of the writings and a deck of cards. I am a firm believer in Jung and find his teachings and books most helpful in everyday daily life.
I would like my life to become more adventurous, I have to be willing to take more risks, try new methods and ways of doing things in a perhaps a little more daring way. The archetype I feel that best describes the adventurous type would be the feminine warrior. She is the heroine in books, she has at times lived in darkness and struggled to brake free. When she finds the way out of her struggles she returns to the light with more strengths.
I feel she repeats the process many times over, an evolving character.
~Notes, SoulCollage a good starting point for creating the cards.