Use high flow acrylics to create a drippy floral on a 16 x 20 inch stretched canvas. We will also use needle tip masking fluid, and alcohol blending solution for some special effects.
Spread #6 in my second journal of the year is all about the graduate. I used a favorite vintage photo of a very determined looking woman wearing a cap and gown to make an image transfer using Silk Inkjet transfer … Continued
Meet “Prince Goldfinch”. He is an 11 x 14 inch mixed media piece on paper, soon to be framed. This is the second piece I have done from the same reference photo. I love the way he has his back … Continued
“Pieces of Spring” is a paper mosaic on an old cabinet door. I don’t do these often as it is rather tedious and I am not a patient person! But I love the process of taking little scraps of papers, … Continued
We have had a lot of stormy spring weather here in central Kansas… hail, lightning and thunder, the whole bit! I love this photo my daughter took from her front yard of simultaneous lightning and a rainbow! This quote … Continued
My four seasons in an old window pane has been so popular that I decided to make a new version of it for the gallery, this time with little chickadees perched on the windowsill, watching the seasons go by! These … Continued
My friend Shirley commissioned a set of four canvases depicting a tree in each of the four seasons in memory of her mother a few years ago. I call the set, “Shirley’s Trees”. Today, I want to share a project … Continued
I am so eagerly watching for spring…how about you? This week’s prompt is to journal about those sightings of spring around the corner. Or what things you are most excited for in a change of season. I have been seeing … Continued