Wednesday, June 23, 2021

Longwood Florals Stencil ...

StencilGirl designer Trish McKinney has created a gorgeous series of masks inspired by the beauty of bare tree branches.  It was with one of Trish's bare branch masks, s483, along with one of the masks from Traci Bautista's "deconstructed lily" series (s297), that artist Sylvia Lokhoff de Bruijn developed the monochromatic blue background for this eye-pleasing artwork:

Above:  As pretty as this is, it's still a work in progress at this stage.  The foreground, which seems to float atop the background, was created using my Longwood Florals Stencil L676 and Longwood Florals Mask L675 (both of which are sized 9" x 12".)

Below:  The final version of Sylvia's artwork shows that she's turned this background into framework for a focal area created with a rubber stamp, my 6" x 6" stencil Pressed Leaves s277 along with a rubber stamp and 
Pam Carriker's Journal Notes 6 Stencil.

My stencils used in the above project include:

6" x 6" stencil Pressed Leaves s277 

Longwood Florals Mask L675 

Longwood Florals Stencil L676 

Likewise, Longwood Florals Stencil L676 was among other StencilGirl stencils that were used by StencilGirl's 2021 Creative Team member Laura Dame, as she developed the artwork shown in this instructional video.  Her video first appeared in the May 11 edition of StencilGirl Talk.  

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