That heading is a little misleading but my spirit moves me in that direction now that I've been participating in online classes with Louise Fletcher and her team. These sessions have re-ignited energy that had gone nearly dormant in recent years. My art is changing and I love this feeling! (This is my humble version of going wild! It started with combining colors and patterns that I never would have, before; from there, it's skipped to a preference for bright, bold colors slamming up against one another!)
Altho today's post is only the tip of my newly emerging "artwork-iceberg," I have to start somewhere. So, covers of greeting cards developed with collage:
Above: This looks somewhat like a completed collage so I include it here. It's printed with heavy-body black acrylic paint using 6" x 6" Palm Fronds Silhouette Small s238. The substrate of many bright colors is a page from a clothing catalog.
The last two paintings above have nearly reached their resolutions; they await only final touches of stencil prints.
Stencils and masks used in today's art samples:
9" x 12" Palm Fronds Silhouettes Large L791 6" x 6" Ski Lift Works s463
|9" x 12" Ivy Frame 9 L141|
|6" x 6" Kaleid s085|
|6" x 6" Sprigs s523 (known informally as "the angel stencil")|
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