Friday, 23 October 2009

Ginko Canvas



Today I felt like doing something totally different for a change. I made a textured background by setting Tyvek and crumpled tissue paper onto grungeboard, using PVA, Golden Matte Medium and Gesso. I also added some salt while the gesso was still wet to add further texture. When it was dry more or less I painted it with a mix of Stewart Gill and Lumiere paints. Finally I added the Ginko leave which is made from Utee poured into a mould and then coloured with Perfect Pearls from Ranger. Finally I finished it by embellishing with some beads.

5 comments:

  1. Was für ein großartiges Kunstwerk, Astrid. Das sieht einfach grandios aus. Großes Kompliment !
    Wünsche Dir ein schönes Wochenende.
    MARTINA xxx

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  2. OMG what a stunning piece of art.
    The structure is amazing. Love this one.

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  3. Simply gorgeous. Love all the texture.

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  4. Wow, this is sooo beautiful!!! I love the textures you've created and the beads is a beautiful touch!!

    Linda

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