This is the next painting that is being passed around – a little earlier than it should just because we had them ready. Elaine did the first layer with paper scraps, Pauline added scrunched glued napkins and scraps of gauze. I added a spray of aqua and red which you see in the first photo (as I forgot to take a photo before I started) then I added more sprays through stencils and mesh then splattered with white acrylic paint.
Sprays: Dylusions ink Cyan and Postbox red, Brusho Crimson, Cosnic shimmer mist and Lava. (sprayed water through stencil then lifted the colour out for a ghost effect).
Acrylic paint: watered down Titanium white sprayed with toothbrush.
Other: Uni paint marker to splatter, alphabet and number, circle stencils, mesh.
Pauline did the first layer then I did the second layer.
The pass the painting project is going ok. I passed my painting with the 1st layer on to Rossie, and Pauline has passed her 1st layer to me. For the 2nd layer I used acrylic paint. I picked out 3 colours from the 1st layer and and splotched, stamped and daubed it onto the background.
Acrylic colours: lime, cerise and blue (with a tiny bit of gel medium in places to make it a little less opaque so you can still see some of the text through it).
A little band of 5 (Go 4 it Girls) have got together to do a variety of projects and the first one is called Pass the Painting. The object of this project is for each of us to a first layer of a painting (or art journal) then pass it onto the next person who then does the next layer and so on. We will each have a final original piece of art. I think this is going to be a lot of fun and I can’t wait to see all the final art work.
Card: 18/24cm canvas board (gerstaeker) which is already primed with acrylic.
Paint: acrylic paint: Violet, Orange yellow and Cadmium red hue and left a bit of the white backgound showing through.
Other: credit card to spread the paint, daubers, and lids for the circles, mesh as a stencil
The last time Carey was up for a visit with the family we got talking about abstract painting and although I have never painted an abstract painting before it struck me that the backgrounds I do for some of my art journals are just that. So I did this painting for Carey’s card using the same methods I would for a background but with really bright blocks of colour and almost filling the page. I am quite pleased with the results but it is hard to know when to stop adding bits.
Inks/paint: blue, yellow, red, black and white acrylic paint, coloured pens
Card: water colour card and a large aperture card
Other: stencils, sequin waste, bottle caps, daubers