Monday, March 23, 2009

GPP Crusade No. 29 - Brush Strokes: Take 3

Another update to brush stroke play that I did in early March:



This post is brief, but if you have questions, please ask in a comment. I hope to get another post up in the next few days.

9 comments:

Andrea Rooks said...

Beautifully rich textures and depth of color! I love that you share your techniques in detail -- I am too quick to forget the patience and discipline it takes to create artwork. (In my mind, it's a much different outlet than making greeting cards with rubber stamps -- that's crafting. Original artistry is something I admire greatly!)

Stephanie said...

You have created some beautiful surfaces! I particularly like the little squares...

Iris said...

You have been doing some great work. I love the metalic coloring in all the images for the first post and this post.

Shayla said...

Aha! There's the new wash mat stamp. Looks great!

jgr said...

Regina,
These are amazing! I love the puddles and the sink liner idea. Beautiful work. You inspire me so much.

-Jane

Kim Mailhot said...

Wow ! You certainly got some lovely brush effects here ! Just gorgeous !

Cheers, Crusader !

Janvangogh said...

I love the veiny look of that technique.

LostLuggage said...

WOW you've been busy with this crusade! Everything looks so beautiful...but I have to say these monoprinted pieces are my absolute favorites!

Anonymous said...

You've been working hard - the puddles remind me of the delicate nature of creation - reminds me of the biology texts I used to study in college where the DNA is dividing, setting the stage for the nucleus then cell to divide. Then the one above reminds me of the technology age that we live in. Somewhere there is a balance to use the technology we have been blessed with to help creation, not to destroy it. Keep exploring these new frontiers of art! Chickie Sis