Today is another art journal page incorporating glazes, masking tape, and a very special quote. You’ve probably heard this but it’s so good…
And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud
was more painful
than the risk it took to bloom.
Fantastic Art Supplies Used
Immaculate stencil from sacred heart series
Fibo stencil from quasi-crystals series
Dylusions Ink Sprays in vibrant turquoise and funky fuschia
Step 1 – Immaculate stencil in black but used as a stamp not as a stencil. Paint was on the stencil then flipped to use as a stamp.
Step 2 – I glued down a bunch of papers with different patterns. Then placed masking tape in random spots with the edge of a credit card to get a good stick. After about 15 minutes, then pulled off tape and off came some of the paper leaving cool textures.
Step 4 – Sprayed ink on rice paper. Rice paper has a wonderful texture and absorbs the inks really well so be careful when using. Then glued it down, added the painted yellow hansa flower, and details with a china marker.