Tuesday, 3 March 2009

Arty Girlz Blue and Yellow challenge

This weeks challenge on Arty Girlz is to use the colour combo Blue and yellow.

I created this textural painting called what lies Beneath using 1 hour caulk and eggs shells and different shades of blue and yellow.

I love how this area on the bottom right turned out.

20 comments:

Julie Allain said...

This is lovely Crissi I love the texture :)

Carol said...

Wow

That is stunning texture and colour hues you've created

TFS

Diana Evans said...

the dimension in this painting is amazing!!! I love it ...wonderful painting Crissi!!

Kersten said...

Gorgeous colors - and I love all the texture you've created with the caulk. What lies beneath? Beauty! :)

Sharon said...

Awesome Crissi! I love the textures and colors, and I can see the shape of a bunny in it. I love finding shapes within shapes. LOL

Express said...

This is really nice! I like the texture from the caulk!

Gayle Page-Robak said...

This is fabulous, what a wonderful piece of art! Gorgeous, Crissi.

Ed said...

Fabulous texture - I love what you created here - makes me almost brave enough to have a go myself :-)

June said...

Excellent work on this one Crissi. I love your work
Hugs June x

hastingshall2 said...

My, oh my! This is a wonderful, texture-rich technique. Beautiful.
Faye

Dawn said...

Hi Crissi

this is beautiful - love it!

Dawn
x

Brenda said...

I love it, the texture and colours are wonderful.

jasmoon-butterfly said...

beautiful chrissi..x

All Pink girl said...

Wow fab a ffect and gorgeous colours ,love it ,hugs Dawnxxx

Rein said...

Fabulous!

Pascale said...

Beautiful Crissi I love the texture and I love the technique I loved the challenge this week as i find it quite a hard combo. Hugs Pascale :)

Maria Matter said...

Wowzer Crissi! This is gorgeous! love the texture....this would look fab as digi paper too! :)
Blessings, Maria

Cynthia said...

Well, another challenge (chuckle) No, I haven't figured out the textures - maybe gesso, netting, eggshells? Whatever, it's still beautiful!

Amy said...

This is interesting and cool! Neat idea

Ellen said...

I don't have a clue what caulk is but it's beautiful I love all the rough textures in it and the colours are gorgeous. is it simular to Gesso??