2x2: 2 Artists, 2 Sketchbooks -- Week 35

I love the blues in this week's pages.

sketchbooks, 2x2 sketchbook, Dana Barbieri, Anne Butera
Dana (l), Anne (r)
For my page I did a sun print of an oxalis leaf and then did two sketches in blue marker, stepping down the page. I didn't really love it, but that was ok. 

I do like what Dana did with her page in response, filling the page with her patchwork of sketches. And I think the two pages look lovely together.

sketchbooks, 2x2 sketchbook, Dana Barbieri, Anne Butera

Makes me want to paint some more oxalis leaves, but in blue.

Don't forget to check out Dana's blog for her take on this week's pages!

About the project:

2x2: 2 Artists, 2 Sketchbooks is a collaboration between artists Dana Barbieri and Anne Butera. Dana and Anne met in an online painting class. Although they have never met in person, they have become friends through regular visits to each others' blogs. It was through this connection that this project began. Wanting to move from friendship to collaboration, each spent two months filling one half of a sketchbook before mailing it off to the other. Dana worked on the lefthand pages and Anne on the right. Each will be responding to the other's work on the adjacent sketchbook pages over the coming year. Watch weekly as they reveal another page of their story.

About the artists:

Dana is an artist and crafter living in the foothills of the Catskill mountains two hours north of New York City with her husband, two children and little kitty. She is passionate about painting, knitting, crochet, color, pattern and design.

Anne is an artist, writer and crafter who finds inspiration and joy in the beauty of her garden and the magic of nature. Dissatisfied with and disheartened by the pace and lifestyle of the city, she and her husband (with their two rescued greyhounds and an aging Siamese) relocated to a small town in the beautiful Driftless region in southwest Wisconsin with the goal of living a slower, simpler, more intentional life.

*photos in this post by Dana Barbieri


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