This Months More Than Words Challenge is to get messy and use the word Imagine. Boy can I get messy.That was easy. So I decided to mess around on a black canvas and see what happens.
So I started but finding the right words. I recently remodeled our kitchen and I have all the old handles and gadgets so I thought I might use them today.
I was going to use all three but changed my mind and only went with one focal point of the piece.
I finally get to play with the new 7 Dots Home grown collection, and to think I tore it up right way. I must be nuts. 😉
I adhered the layers with some gel and dried.
I used the wonky half tones stencil to add some more black to the composition.
I stamped some stars on the background and sealed the first layer with some gloss finish. I then painted my goods with some black gesso and started to put it all together.
I added a layer of white gesso, not wanting to cover it all, just a light layer.
I sprayed and then sprayed some more. I wanted to still be able to see the paper collection, I added some subtle splatters.
It wa still missing something so I added a little jute to give it altitude more texture.
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Art Advantage Canvas 8×10.
Prima: Art Basic Heavy Body Gel, 3D Gloss Gel, Heavy Gesso Black, Heavy Gesso White.
7Dots Studios: Home Grown 6×6 paper pack, Home Grown Clear Stamp, Lost & Found Halftone Mask.
Inks/Sprays: Dylusions Black Marble, Stlate Grey, Lindy’s Stamp Gang Starburst Black Orchid Silver, Kaiser Mists Pink, 13@rts Ayeeda Ink Silver.
Other: May Arts Jute Pink, Art Minds Decretive Appliqués
Love seeing the whole process of this canvas come together. Gorgeous.
What a stunning piece! Thank you for playing with us at More than Words!
Awesome background work!
thanks for playing with us at More Than Words!
Oh, I loved to see your creative process in photos! A fabulous canvas!! Thank you for ‘getting creatively messy’ with us at More Than Words!
Ty Nicole !
What a delightful canvas! Love how you used black refreshing change! Really enjoyed watching the process unfold! Thanks for playing along at MTW! 🙂