I'm seeing today's post as a runway. The next post, in a few days, will be the take-off.
In today's first glimpse of art, I introduce with a smile a member of StencilGirlProducts' StencilClub, artist Barbara McLawhorn.
This bright and bold piece of Barbara's begins its statement with a gold-on-red print made using part of Garden at Nemours Stencil in the upper left. All stencils and masks that she used came, like mine, from StencilGirl -- Triangle Transitions 1, designed by Mary Beth Shaw, and Travel Note by Rae Missigman.
Today's second eye-catcher, also created by Barbara McLawhorn, features gold metallic paint on a black background--
-- and the mask Barbara used here was my 9" x 12" Palm Fronds Silhouette Large L781.
|9" x 12" Palm Fronds Silhouette Large L781|
|4" x 4" Palm Fronds Silhouette Mini m050|
Along with other StencilGirl stencils (cited below), Pressed Leaves was again used -- with a solid shade of dark green -- in the pair of artworks below, both from the skilled fingers of artist Mary Beth Shaw:
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