I think this 'BLUE' collage works on two levels. There are the varying tones of blue and also the rain (or tear) drops that indicate sadness or being 'blue'.
I enjoyed the contrast between the clean scissor cuts of the raindrops/teardrops versus the ripped layers of what could be the sea or at least, a sea of tears.
The remnants of my cut-outs had such an interesting texture I couldn't bring myself to discard them, so they crept into the mix too.
The great thing about collage is that every tiny piece or remnant becomes a jewel to be saved and reworked somewhere else, so nothing is wasted. That makes me super-happy.
Meanwhile, I'm doing a course at the moment on the power of colour. It's fascinating, especially for someone like me who regularly works with colour in designing patterns and maintaining a regular art practice. Read about the psychology of blue (and what's your favourite shade/tint?)
Next week's prompt: YELLOW.
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