When it warm, nice day, I get to enjoy the outside. When it is cold, windy, snowy day I get to play with paint.
This is my latest pour paint. I used the tip of my clay tool to swipe before I tilted the canvas. I does not have a name yet, it is just so pretty.
The colors used are white, green, two shades of purple, and three shades of blue.
Here are the pour paintings, a.k.a. fluid paintings, I did on Easter. I used “Easter” colors: Blue, Green, Pink, Purple, Yellow, and white. I do not know which one is my favorite.
I thinking this one would make a beautiful background. Maybe some trees. Or, I may just leave it along.
All the painting are 4″ x 4″.
“Flowers don’t grow on eggs” is the response I got when I showed someone my drawing. Therefore, that is the name of the drawing.
The egg was drawn on a Studio Series Tile with Faber Castell pens and colored with watercolor pencils.
In August 2016, my parents house flooded. They had 44 inches of water in their home and they lost most of their belonging. For Christmas I stained and put mosaic on a jewelry box for my mother.
The box was purchased from Hobby Lobby. The mosaics was done with polymer clay, and for the grout I used glue and micro beads.
Several coats of polyurethane was placed over every surface, including the mosaic.