I've made a variety of prints using Abstract Composition Backbones Masks s864, s865, s866 and s867. Some have found their way into collages and other artworks; others are spread out across my studio/office waiting for inspiration to take them farther.
One print in particular started life looking like this:
I made the above print using Abstract Composition Backbones Mask 4 s867, on a picture calendar page previously painted with green acrylic -- then sprinkled with water while still wet, and blotted with paper toweling, thus letting dots of the original blues shine thru.
After that first print dried, I added several more:
The additional layers above were made using Abstract Composition Backbones Mask 1 s864, multiple times, and Abstract Composition Backbones Mask 4 s867, one more time. (These masks have been cut free from their original 6" x 6" masks. So have the other masks used in developing the art samples to follow.)
|Above: I made this print using Abstract Composition Backbones Mask 4 s867, before cutting it from its original frame. The background paper is another page from an out-of-date picture calendar.|
|Above: Abstract Composition Backbones Mask 1 s864 was the mask I used here; likewise, this print was done before I'd cut the mask free from its original 6" x 6" frame. Its background paper is an abstract Photoshop artwork I'd created long ago and printed on printer paper.|