This morning, inspired in part by Lynda's blog and part by a Mother's Dat gift from my son of some holographic embossing powder (along with some interesting papers) and probably by the sunshine, I had a little play. Ages since I've done anything like this.
I unearthed a piece which I had made when taking the workshops on Fibre in-Form, Scrunched up torn fabric, stitched onto pelmet vilene I had painted it with blue and bronze acrylics from Atlantis Art Materials and then I started in with the holographic powder. I was still lacking something so I dug out my gold flakes and added them till I was happy.
I then mounted it behind a samll gold frame, it is only just over 5"x5"
The may be a week to go but as far as I am concerned today is the first day of Spring.
Looks gorgeous Pat - very sumptuous! Yum! :-)
This is gorgeous. It was wonderful before but the frame really does add something.
Holographic Powder is a new one on me - must look out for it.
Absolutely wonderful - I can only imagine what it may be like in real life.
I just found your blog and must say it is inspiring me to try yet another artistic medium. . . as if I need more ideas!
I make jewelry, quilts, alterations, embroidery, greeting cards, window embellishments. . . ack! ack! I LOVE colors and shapes and anything that has anything to do with them -
I must do anything with them.
See you around!
I like this work. It is very wonderfull.
What a great piece, Pat, can see you were dreaming of sunshine, looks perfect in the frame.
This turned out beautifully. I am inspired to get some of my unfinished pieces from the same class out and think about framing them. Great job!
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