Tuesday, March 23, 2021

Art From StencilGirl's Stencil Club Artists

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.

My 9" x 12" Palm Fronds Silhouette Large L781 is one of three in a series....

9" x 12" Palm Fronds Silhouette Large L781


In printing today's next artwork -- below -- artist Kathy Waldo brought together the palm fronds theme and Cathedral Floor by Tina Walker....

.... and as you can see above, Kathy's results hold the height of drama.  Her keen eye spotted the fact that the base of Cathedral Floor segues naturally into the similar patterns of my palm fronds series.  And she underlined this segue in her use of black for the cathedral as well as for her bottom print; this leads attention directly into the cathedral.  The unity of this overall image is priceless!

Another artist from StencilGirl's Stencil Club, Betsy Harting has, likewise, used more than one stencil in creating the inspiring artwork below.  Betsy's focus on cool greens gives viewers a sense of calm; a glimpse of peace -- she gently brings us these twin gifts so very needed in today's world!  The print dominating the far left was made with My 6" x 6" stencil Pressed Leaves

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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