Happy New Year!
Most trees are bare of leaves right now, but we can use our imaginations (and a stencil) to look ahead to the time when once again we can stand under a canopy of tree branches, their branches intertwined and sprouting clusters of new leaves.
|Looking Up Through Trees|
I have fun showing off the amazing differences between prints -- achieved just by introducing the stencil to widely varied backgrounds.
The background for the above print was a page from a magazine previously swiped with some leftover acrylic paints. Below are two close-ups to show in detail the effects achieved when a wild background plays its part, ramping up the drama.
Next in today's post: more of the same. This time, the background is a print made with another of my 9" x 12" stencils, Longwood Florals.
Below: today's next-to-last art sample, another close-up detailed piece, cut from a full-size print and collaged onto the face of a greeting card. Under the card is its envelope, decorated across the front bottom with a strip of colors cut from the same full-sized print. Self-adhesive store-bought butterflies are flickering thru this fantasy forest!
Below: another greeting card. Feel free to click on it to get a close-up and better see the details in its background.
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