Wednesday, May 27, 2009

a lot of patience

i've always been an artist
who has to work on several pieces at once
i have to see results quickly and
produce something to feel satisfied
i've taken 6 classes with heather gentelman
and have been learning how to create texture
i haven't been concerned about mass producing
just practicing layer upon layers
and seeing what will and can happen
which requires a lot of patience
which i've been learning from heather
above, a detail of a work in progress
inspired from a photo of a wall taken in philly
i made the star from roof flashing and
added a rust finish
another " work in progress" project
layers of browns, lots of copper leaf,
more wax of shades of blue
and more copper leaf
back and forth, scrapping in between
i'm hoping to finish
one of these boards in
next weeks class


Joanne Huffman said...

great looking projects. I really need to work more with textures.


Lost Aussie said...

Love the rusty star embellishment and all the textures are gorgeous!

Teresa aka Tess said...

looking good!!

Distressing Delilah a.k.a. jenn said...

Nice work..and you sound like me! Hurry and see the end result! I think that is why I have turned so frequently to photography!

Aimeslee Winans said...

I'm impressed you made your own rustic metal star! Nice job. :-)


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