Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Canvas and unfinished business...




Good morning folks!
How are we doing today?
I hope this days finds you all well. Want to thank all the kind and wonderful people that have left comments on my blog....you guys inspire me soooooo much..love you!!!
For today the posting is about my first try on small canvasses and an unfinished wall hanging.
The two canvasses are embellished with polymer clay. The background is my first try on crackle medium. This is fun stuff!!! They are painted with acrylic paint and the whole is finished with a gloss sealer.






The wall hanging is as you can see unfinished...duhh.. I was not sure where I was going with this piece, but last night I got the idea of how I want to finish it. Will keep you posted on when its done..lol.
The picture below is an altered house box...tissue paper, paint, polymer clay, glass bubbles, text and an altered refrigerator magnet on top.



That's it for today people...I am of to play some more!
Hope all of you have a wonderful great day!
Go and create!
Andrea.

5 comments:

Clevelandgirlie said...

Okay Horsie - stop showing off!!! OMGoodness - I'm not sure which piece I like best - they are all so awesome. What a diverse artist you are. I think I like the clay embellished canvas with Matthew
“Look at the birds of the air. They neither sew nor toil nor gather into barns, but you heavenly Father takes care of them? Are you not more valuable than the sparrows?”

Love that - and your art reflect it so beautifully. Well done.
XO

maggi said...

Love the pieces on canvas. Th circles on the second one have great texture.

Melinda Cornish said...

I was right! Idaho...how far away are you? you will have to let me know...I love the canvas's....I still havent delved into the world of clay..maybe someday. I am loving that beautiful pink piece too! yummmmmm

ButterCup said...

Very pretty :)

~*~Patty Szymkowicz said...

Wonderful art pieces! Your canvases look great with the clay and crackle! Love your house too, great texture and details on that!