watercolor background,then some collaging. Added two side chipboards with jute and beads on one side and gold stretch ribbon on the other. I did stamping and lettering and then added embellishments.
Swirl painted green background, then collaging. There are embellishments, rub ons, stamping and ink to finish the page.
This was my favorite abstract because of the colors and vibes I get from it. The background is swiped acrylic paint over gesso.
The background started with melted crayon mask. Love the colors and patterns so I knew where I wanted to go with this piece. So I added my letter doodling and finished with rubon lettering. I hope you enjoy this piece.
This started out as a collage, then I started messing with other mixed medias and it just brought spring to me with the colors and patterns in the collage. So I started adding layers with stencils and tinted gesso.
This piece started with just wanting a colorful background anno real direction. Oncegot to a certain point I was inspired by music. So I added lettering and embellishments.
My journal page for the number one killer of women, heart disease
Go There Now What I have done on this canvas is gesso'd it about 5 times then sanded in between each gesso application. This took the longest to do. Then using acrylic paint and H20 I created the two aqua color mountains. Using my new favorite Stencil (Sea foam) from Artistcellar then using Pan Pastels…
This piece is a 5×7 canvas paper. Theme is abstract in nature. Background is pastels then blended with water color. The paint is acrylic with textures of gelatos, ink, and finished piece is sprayed with Mod Podge Gloss. Comments and critics are appeciated, these are my first postings anywhere. This is also my first challenge…
This is a 9×12 sketchbook page, sealed with mod podge. The first layers are chalk, color wash next. The other textures are ink, gelatos, acrylic paint and markers. The final piece has been finished with Mod Podge Gloss. This is my first posting ever as well as my first challenge. Comments and constructed criticing is…