Saturday, September 4, 2021

My 9" x 12" mask Prayer Flags L371, when used in its entirety, makes a print that looks like this:

For a completely different look, I decided to cut my 9" x 12" mask Prayer Flags L371 into pieces -- carefully, making sure that I retained connecting lines of Mylar between the flag-shaped areas.  Next, I arranged the pieces randomly to make a print:

-- and my next step was to cut the print down to fit on a greeting card cover.  The cut-down paper then became background for a photo I'd taken years ago --

Next, I grabbed an old newspaper and spattered it with reddish-brown acrylic paint.  After that dried, I placed a piece of the cut-up mask along with white acrylic paint to make a new print:

More prints done with these pieces --

Above:  This bookmark combines partial prints from 9" x 12" Prayer Flags and 9" x 12" Thistle L594. 

Above:  a partial print made with Prayer Flags, covered with string gel and metallic gold rub-on paste.

Below:  This partial print was made on stretched canvas, and is part of a work-in-progress:

The original 9" x 12" Prayer Flags stencil looks like this --

When designing ATC Mixup Swatton # 1, I included an Artist Trading Card-sized design that's similar to, but not identical with, 9" x 12" Prayer FlagsThis smaller version has come in handy for developing smaller pieces of art, including these:

Also appearing above:  scraps of papers printed using 6" x 6" Palm Fronds Silhouette Small.

Also appearing above:  scraps of papers printed using 6" x 6" Sprigs.


Also appearing here:  scraps of papers printed using 6" x 6" Sprigs.

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