Moonbathing © Barbara A. Freeman
Graphite and Mixed Media on Film 3 1/2" x 3 1/2"
Dura-lar Matte film and as shown above, where I placed her on a shelf-like ridge next to an opening in a tree. I started the drawing on the top left.
This is what the back looks like when I add colored pencil to it. I used it for the wings, body and sky and a few touches where the night light shows on the steps.
Golden Interference Blue (fine) to the wings, the stars and the moon. You can see I was excited about this one. I am having so much fun with these imaginary creatures! I have one more finished miniature that I will be posting soon. I will be delivering all my work for UNCLAD tomorrow and meeting up with my friend Janie Olsen. Janie also has work, Lost Heart, in the show. Her beautiful work has an interesting story behind it and you can hear Janie tell all about it with the audio tour by listening on your cell phone. I also have audio for my works, Shared Secrets and The Wood Nymph, telling how I work on film. I hope you can make it to the show! It's going to be a great time. Lots of fun things going on at the gallery and in the community. Thank you for reading about my work and I hope you will return to see my next miniature in the wood nymph series.