Thursday, 22 April 2010

SEA GLASS Experiment

I was looking in my tin of collected sea glass and thought i must do something with it, any way i had a play and come up with this kinda reminds me of the Mediterranean and alfresco dining lol i can dream.

I used MDF board which is approx 18"x 11" some filler from a tube, sea glass and acrylic paint.

I cant seem to get a decent photo though the colours are much better in real life








some close up's



12 comments:

Horners Corner said...

looks so cool, bet its amazing in the sunlight.

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Julie said...

Oh this is so lovely Crissi !!

Paula said...

youve got some amazing texture in the background...love the colours.

Heavens2Betsy said...

The textures you've created are stunning!

Lottie said...

FANTASTIC the texture is amazing and such gorgeous colours

June said...

Crissi, its a feast of colour texture and gorgeous sea glass and fun design. its so beautiful
hugs June xxxxx

julietk said...

It is amazing how an image can conjure up a feeling so strong, I made a jewellery set recently too which just made me think of holidays in the sun when I looked at it. Thanks for your comment on my blog today, I think the Man in the moon would be waterproof if varnished with a yaght varnish.

Paper Paradise said...

Brilliant! The colours, texture and glass are just beautiful together. Love the tag entry too. x

Rein said...

This is so beautiful!

Rosie Rowe said...

Crissi - your creations are so cool - I LOVE this! Great use of the sea glass!

PS - The Altered Element was probably the best kept secret ever till about 3 months ago!!

Lorraine said...

this is ace..I love all the textures. Thanks very much for your comments on my poetry tote. If you dont like sewing then why not get a cheapo little plain tote bag and use t-shirt transfer paper to print your favourite pictures on it..voila no sewing and instant collage brilliance..go on you know you wanna have a go..lol