You know I love to create in different ways, and I’m always up for a challenge. When I ran into this video, I thought it might be an interesting project in the near future. A friend of mine has been telling me about bleach pen art, and how she’d like to play around with the idea. I think it might be fun to try…….what about you?
As we look to the end of the year, I wrap up the last painting for 2016. This is a watercolor painting I collages, and did a little zentangle on. When I finished I coated it with mat medium. The experiments keep coming, but it’s time now to finish up my shopping, and wrapping. I only have a few gifts to get which consist mostly of money. As time goes on that will be the only thing the kids want, and Papa and myself will no longer be able to bring in the surprises by way of a letter to the North Pole!
Tuesday night kicked off Christmas celebration with a family dinner at my son, and daughter-in-law’s home. All the cousins, brothers, and sisters, and the parental units (that’s us)!
Everything will move fast now, we are so close to Christmas Eve. The Eve is really my favorite because of the magic. Kids are always good, and usually anxious to go to bed at a decent hour. After all, the sooner you get to bed, the sooner you can get up.
It’s uncertain if I will get to post another blog prior to the new year, so I want to take this time to wish everyone a wonderful Holiday filled with love, and a safe and fun New Year’s Eve. May you all go into the New Year feeling full of love and hope for the year 2017.
Many artists use Tyvek in their art, and in unexpected ways. This is just one way of working with this amazing paper. Both mixed media artists, and journalists use this product, and I’m guessing if we put our heads together we can find all kinds of ways to use Tyvek in our artwork.
This was interesting to me because it occurred to me that my way of using this product wouldn’t be like this, not that it’s wrong, it’s just not how I’d use it. Admittedly I’ve only tried it once with the heat gun, and it did exactly what it did in this demo. Working with it while it’s all bawled up and curled at the edges takes the steam out of my sails….so to speak. As I’m thinking about it, Tyvek would be perfect for beads also. Since I don’t make anything with hand-made beads, it’s only a suggestion…