Cutting Shapes, Finger Paints

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Spiraling out again on the 40 Day Creativity Experiment book.  Cutting scrapbook paper shapes and finger painting.  The nice part about working some each day over time is the ideas have a chance to come to fruition and the whole piece moves at it’s own rhythm, as if I am just the doer and the piece is the messenger.  A fascinating process for me as I am not known for being patient.  I believe I am liking this way of being and shall explore it further in the next works…




  1. Loving this Corrine! Don’t you just love fingerpainting?? i do!

  2. This is unbelievable! Looove! I am energized!

  3. the colors are great and I like the shapes. how about a wall hanging or a Tablecloth? you could paint those shapes on a canvas drop cloth or stitch them on ???

  4. I love when the flow goes through me !!! It is flowing beautifully through you. Awesome piece !

  5. Well…this method CERTAINLY agrees with you. And me. Meaning…I love the way it looks and makes me feel when I look at it!

  6. It appears that you are having great fun! Love the vivid color.

  7. Fingerpainting! What fun free form!! Looks like a blast. 🙂

  8. Dear Corrine, your fingerpainting is amazing, and energizing looking at-
    there is so much power flowing throug this- I can see you have enjoyed it very much-
    and I enjoy it ,too.
    Hugs from Dorthe

  9. Just delicious! You’re so inspirational!

  10. Love the way you always have such a great time with your art Corrine. ….it shines through in everything you do. Wonderful colors and textures…… 🙂

  11. Corrine, thank you for sharing your intuitive painting, creative experiment book. I am so contrived when it comes to painting… I am really loving your technique.

  12. color nirvana!

  13. This is so cool! I especially like that second photo, where on the curled end you can see the reds against the purples against the golds. Really rich color.

  14. Hello Corrine, this is such a spectacle for the eyes of colors that dance…i love the concept of taking your time over it, adding bit by bit over time, very interesting.

  15. This looks so free and fun! Love all the layers peeking out and interacting together with such rich colors!

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