You can click on the image below to better see three prints in gorgeous earthtones, all courtesy of artist Heather Baley. She made the prints using my 9" x 12" Longwood Florals Mask, shown partially at the right of Heather's photo.
Longwood Florals Mask was designed to be used "right-side-up" or "upside-down" as shown below --
In fact, if memory serves me correctly, the plant that inspired this mask was actually growing in the direction shown above!
Heather Baley, thanks so much for allowing me to show your artwork and your photo here!
Another round of thanks goes to photographer/artist Kim Ross; she receives the credit for the next photo as well as the art it contains. Kim used StencilGirl "StencilGuts" in making the artwork labeled "epic." These "StencilGuts" were created in StencilGirl's manufacture of my 6" x 6" stencil Osprey Wings.
|6" x 6" stencil Osprey Wings|
In the lower left of the photo above, Kim has crafted an artwork using another 6" x 6" stencil of mine, Cats.
|6" x 6" stencil Cats|
Today's final photo, above, was developed during an art retreat -- delightfully entitled Dancing with Your Muse -- facilitated by Carolyn Dube. An artist named Chris gets the credit for this exciting pair of orange, yellow and white prints, and the stencil she used was my 9" x 12" Prayer Flags, shown below:
|9" x 12" stencil Prayer Flags|
This year's Dancing with the Muse art retreat has ended, but you can catch glimpses of it here -- and by scrolling down to the end of that post of Carolyn Dube's, you can learn how to get in on the ground floor for next year's retreat.
Thanks, Carolyn Dube, for letting me use a photo from your fun retreat!
And a thank-you to you, for having come to check out my blog today! To scroll thru the pages of my StencilGirl stencils and masks, please start here.