Paint-stained but not yet ready to be put away, 9" x 12" Fire Cherries Mask has been placed atop an old calendar photo page previously covered in leftover acrylic paints --
I've daubed an opaque heavy-body acrylic paint -- Titan Buff by Golden Paints -- all across the mask and the paper beneath it:
|Above: This is what I saw when I lifted off the mask. I could've stopped here, but ...
|Above: Barely visible on the left side of this photo, my 9" x 12" Longwood Florals Mask L675 lives overlapping a large area of the original print.
Below: A close-up of this lower left area.
|Above: I've started to use Green Gold translucent acrylic paint (heavy-body) by Golden Paints, to make imprints on the blank areas of the Titan Buff coverage.
Below: After I've used parts of Longwood Florals Mask L675 all the way around the Fire Cherries print, I've continued using Green Gold acrylic paint across the entire surface of the artwork. The result is the finished artwork below--
My next project called for another altered page from an old picture catalog, so I used the paper you see below; but before I used it, I smeared some leftover green paints across it.
Below: The mask has been lifted off...
...and below is a close-up showing detail in one area of the finished painting.
Today's third and final segment is a simple parade showing times that I've laid my paint-stained mask on backgrounds that bring out the best in them.
I've been known to permanently glue a paint-stained mask or
stencil -- or part of one -- to a background, call it an art collage, and set
it inside a mat and frame. But for the
time being at least, these 5 stained masks have been only temporary
placements. It was fun to see them on
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