Sunday, August 22, 2010

Gingersnap Creations - Paint Challenge


This is a canvas using a multitude of techniques with acrylic paint that I've learned from Claudine Hellmuth's class. The techniques include stamping with paint, photo tinting with paint, embossed and debossed paper highlighted with paint, paint with perfect pearls accents, image transfer with paint, faux batik using multi medium for stamping, and a patterned paper transfer with sticky back canvas. Whew! This was a fun piece to create, and I added some Paper Whimsy images, Dresden foil, 7 Gypsies gaffer tape around the edges, and stamped words to embellish my squares. This project fits well with the current Spicy Supply Challenge at Gingersnap Creations where the theme is paint. Stamp credits: Hero Arts, Making Memories, Purple Onion Designs, Close to my Heart

12 comments:

Healing Woman said...

This was a great way to display the techniques you learned in your class. You will always have it for a reference. Nice.

Marie Lost Bird Studio said...

Hi Penny,
what a beautiful way to display all the different
techniques you learned.Thanks for stopping by
and for your kind words.Have a wonderful week and I see you in class.
Hugs,
Marie

Lori said...

Awesome piece, and a great reminder of techniques! Really lovely, those colors, especially!

stampdiva said...

This is spectacular Penny. Lynne x (Have a lovely week)

Netty said...

Fabulous, x

Debbie K. said...

Just beautiful, Penny. Your artwork is very inspirational and so uplifting:) Can't wait to see what you do next!

Dezinaworld said...

Oh wow this is beautiful, i love the blues and the gorgeous images you chose and used
fabulous !!
Hugs June xxxx

2amscrapper said...

wonderful reminder of all those techniques

Violets Corner said...

This is brilliant!

Hugs
Maarit

Lynn Stevens said...

A lot of techniques with Great results!! I'd hang this on my wall, Its beautiful!!!

Neet said...

This is a great wall hanging - love all the different squares.

Gingersnap Stampers said...

Totally stunning piece of artwork, Penny! Thanks for sharing it with us.