|The D in the box is for my Mom. The box is an old jewelry box with clear top|
My muse had taken a bit of time off after Stamford's Art Is You.
So,after some much needed rest, my muse and I are back in the studio!
Going nonstop,we are throwing paint and paper all over,finishing up projects,gifts and making new pieces!
Mostly we are just playing around and having fun!
If you have a few minutes, I have some pieces to share ")
"Little Folks" shrine was inspired by an online class I took with Lesley Venable.
This photo reminds me of my Mom,Dolores and her sister Jean.
I think the hardest part for me was the auditioning...I started with so many pieces,till I found what worked just right.
My first shrine- and I loved making it!
The above piece I made for a friend,using some previously worked papers.
I think this would make nice cards.
was inspired by my recent class with Seth Apter !
I just love these colors and textures!
|Just wish I had gone larger with this one|
Jessica Sporn's class, The Sky's the Limit
can't you just feel that moon glow?
I truly am pleased with my final canvas!
And for my last share today...
This is a muslin bag that I tried my first attempt at photo transfer on- and failed!
Not to be dismayed, I took the photo-my beautiful lady by Maxfield Parrish- and decided to adhere her to the bag with matte medium. For the framing of her, I used some really gorgeous National Geographic /Citrasolve papers that my dear friend Becky Wentworth sent to me. I used some of my favorites which remind me of Klimt. Again, I used matte medium to glue down all papers and seal it. Later, I went back with some gold paint to highlight a few areas and added another coat of sealer.
The finished bag feels like a soft leather and flexes nicely ,with no cracking!
Thanks so much for viewing today- I'll be back tomorrow with more and a step by step on another finished piece! Sending creative thoughts and wishes
Linking up with
Country View Crafts
Sugar Creek Hollow
The Mirror Crack'd