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  • Susan Higgins

    a shoebox of photographs: A Tree Grows (and a paper crane update)

  • Christine McMorran

    A TREE GROWS (ART PROJECT) 1.  First I draw my image, and colour it in with oil pastels.  My favourites are Caran d'Ache neopastels, because they're beautifully soft and pigment rich, but there are many other great brands available.  The bits that will be painted in acrylics later I leave bare, because acrylic over oil pastel is against all the rules, and well... just doesn't work too well. 3.  I use an embossing tool (or the pointy end of a knitting needle whe...

  • Jules Steele

    Tree quilt

  • Anne-Lise Lintner

    This exciting painting would be a beautiful quilt, also.

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