Friday, February 23, 2018

Artist Mary Ann Russo with 6" x 6" stencils WEBBED MEDALLION and TIGER LILY

My friend Mary Ann Russo has created gorgeous stained- glass-window artworks using my 6" x 6" stencils Tiger Lily and Webbed Medallion.

Mary Ann's method was to start with watercolor geometric shapes on watercolor paper.  Next, she used a brayer to roll black acrylic paint over the stencils.  While the paint was still wet, she flipped the stencils over and pressed them to the watercolor paper -- using the stencils like rubber stamps.

Since some of the lines didn't imprint fully, Mary Ann filled in a few gaps with a black marker.  

She cut one of the papers into a stained glass window shape and added a dark paper frame.

Made with Tiger Lily 6" x 6" stencil

Made with 6" x 6" Webbed Medallion stencil

Made with Tiger Lily 6" x 6" stencil

My thanks also to Mary Ann, for generously allowing me to post her artwork online.

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