I love both quotes and of course your gorgeous work. :)Bea
Wonderful, wherever do you come up with all of these hands???Love "she offered him her hand".Jacky xox
Wow, too cool for words.
Gorgeous! Love the outreaching hand, your selected phrases, contrasting browns and blue hues and layers of contrasting framing- especially the one with words underneath- a brilliant treasure!
Simply beautiful! More!!!
spectacular! this book is just stunning!
Intriguing and inviting.
I love how you showed snippets of each element on the page and then the whole thing.I especially like the hands shaking down the bottom. What a good find! I find it interesting that you work in blues so often, it's quite cool and aloof yet inviting at the same time!
Raise your hands in the air and wave 'em like you just don't care...Somehow your choice of words fits better.. LOLLooking great over here!
seth, as ever your work is fascinating! my first thought when I saw the hand coming out of the keyhole was "drowning and I dont have the key!"I love both of the pics lyle'drowning and I dont have the key! love both pics! lyle
How wondrously cool is this!!! I find myself waving back at the little hand on top. This is one gorgeous page alright!
You have earned another hand from me! Your hand book, what a great play on words, and art!
I really adore how your work pulls right back to the past while also staying edgy and witty.I gotta hand it to you.AHAAHAAHHH!!!okay.
This is definitely "swoon-worthy," Seth. All of your work is great but this stopped me in my tracks. Love it!
Every piece of yours that I look at just mesmerizes me. I can look at them for ages and each piece just makes my soul happy. Love this one, mucho!Peace & Love,~Barb~http://craft-therapy.blogspot.com
Leonardo is a favorite of mine and when you study his drawing marks you feel yourself being drawn into the papers or paintings. I can hardly wait to see what will be unveiled in the next journal page. I see hands everywhere now...I study the smallness of a child's hand up to the aged wizened hands of my older friends who make art. You have opened a new awareness to the preciousness in the gifts we posses in our hands. Imagine and Live in Peace, Mary Helen
so very fantastic Seth!!
This must have been such an exciting project. I can see how your imagination could gallop in all directions. There are so many possibilities and you've really run ... er..galloped with it. Well done Seth. The beauty of blogging is that we get to share each step. No wonder I'm hooked.
Love this post. I'm intrigued by the first little hand and how it can be seen as reaching out to pull us in or pleading to be pulled out of there. Smiling over breakfast....A
Of course I would have to be gone all day today and just now had the chance to see this next offering in your Hands book. I keep thinking you can't top the previous page, but you sure do each time!! The hands are simply incredible.
This is quite a book. How deep is it at this point? Sometimes I wish I could figure out a way to slip a page out and hang it up on it's own. Wouldn't that be great?
Fabulous artwork Seth and super appropriate quotes too.
fabulous and extremely cool. there's beautiful detail in this work. steven
Love the Da Vinci quote, Seth. Had to steal it for my facebook status today.Love the art even more ~ it's always a treat to stop by your blog!Crystal
What an amzing strong piece!!!
right on, da Vinci and mr. apter!the art we love is filled with that spirit! reach out the hand, open the heart! ease the mind.
Love every element in this piece. I am curious...how long does it take for you to finish a collage like this one? Is it mostly intuitive or do you play around with the composition for a spell before it "gels?" (Which it does & beautifully.) What strike me about your work is that it always looks "inevitable" to me. (Good art always does, which is one of my barometers.)Good luck with your secrets manana!
your gorgeous blue page found it new home...lovely spread...and book moves on...:) (yes you can sing that to sunny and cher)lol
Love the colours and the attention to detai, Seth.
This becomes more wondrous with each stage. Thank you for sharing it with us, Seth.
This is so wonderfully tactile... the hands, the textures. The blue background is just stunning...so bold, yet pulls all the elements together. Magnificient.
Your handbook continues to delight me!
I love how the hand is reaching out and the quote is perfect.
Hi Seth - Another wonderful page!
How I wish I could take a class from you some day. Your work is amazing. And Secret Sunday was great!
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