Wednesday, 5 November 2008

mixed media painting

For this painting i used a board canvas, molding paste for texture which was done with bubble wrap and an old credit card. acrylic paint, black and white images, and oil pastels.


15 comments:

Julie said...

This is absolutely stunning Crissi and if you wrap this up for Chrimbo for me I will be a very happy girl :D xx

Pascalebrad said...

Oh Crissi this is so fantastic. The colours and textures are so yummy! You are a talented lady! Pascale :)

Brenda said...

This is wonderful Crissi, I love the texture and colour - I just love it.

carolann said...

Fantastic work well done hun xxxx

Emma said...

OMG Crissi this is amazing...teach me how to do it!!

Dawn said...

Wow Crissi this is amazing - the texture and colours - OOh la la!

Chris said...

Wow!! Crissi this is amazing... such wonderful texture and everything fits so beautifully together to make a fab piece of art!!
hugs
Chris xx

Dream With the Fishes said...

This is so precious! Oh I LOVE that texture. That looks like a heart to me behind the birds.

I came over to say, "Tag, you're it!" (See my blog for the details).

http://dreamwiththefishes.blogspot.com/2008/11/ive-been-tagged-6-secrets-about-myself.html

P.S. If this sort of thing makes you want to strike me with a heavy object, you don't have to do it ;-)

Paula said...

wow this is stunning - I so wish I could do this style/look!

CraftyC said...

A gorgeous canvas , the birds look great on it!
Clairex

Karen Mowrey said...

This is GORGEOUS! I love the colors and the texture. Great job!

Karen Mowrey said...

This is GORGEOUS! I love the color and the texture. Great Job!

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Anonymous said...

It is rather interesting for me to read that post. Thanx for it. I like such themes and everything connected to them. I definitely want to read a bit more soon.

Anete Hakkinen

Ishita Bandyo said...

This is so funny! I just did a painting like this! I used cardboard for the tree branch instead of molding paste but that seems like a good idea too! Good to have stumbled upon your blog!