Saturday, May 13, 2017

Curl up with a Good Stencil ...

Ornamental Iron Curlsone of my four stencils released May 4, has found its way into many of my recent art prints.  It turned out to be a versatile stencil, as shown below:

Above:  This print, with green heavy-body acrylic paint, was made on textured foil-laminated paper which had been previously printed (in the upper left corner.)

Above:  this print was done on watercolor paper coated with orange acrylic paints.  It was the original print forming the basis for one of the multi-layered pieces in yesterday's post.

Above:  this print was made over the photo of an old calendar page.

Above:  this print was made with yellow heavy-body acrylic paint, on a substrate that had been previously streaked with red, blue and purple paints.

Above:  this print was made over an older print.  The original substrate had been the photo from an old calendar page.

More ways to use these new stencils will be posted here -- and a very special post will appear May 23.  To follow this blog, just sign up for emails on the upper right.  

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