Poetry of the Earth part 4 the finale
Can you believe that this is the last video for this series? I'm hoping that you are enjoy the videos.
Today, we put the finishing touches on all 4 pieces and talk about the last little bits and how contrast makes all the difference. I also share my struggle with one of the pieces. I also share the steps I take in sealing my pieces.
Your last reminder, I'll be giving one of these away.... any one you choose...... This is the last week to enter, ...To win...... Like and share on Instagram and Facebook for each post for this series, (links below), ...and each time you do... you will be entered to win.
So you could have an opportunity to enter 4 times each week!!
Instagram - Donna Downey Studios @donnadowneystudios .... Shawn's @artgirl38
The winner will be notified by January 29th - and announced here on the blog
All right lets get creating and enjoy today's video
Vintage papers, scrap paper
Daler and Rowney acrylic Ink ( magenta, sepia, lemon yellow, cyan, scarlet)
Golden Fluid Acrylic ( vermillion, quinacridone magenta, cobalt teal, prussion blue hue,
paynes grey, permanent violet dark, pyrole red, titanium white)
Fineline applicator (with airbrush medium and carbon black paint)
Mark making tools (bubble wrap, drywall tape, latch hook rug, needle point canvas)
Donna’s stencils: Tangled Pattern
Shawn’s stencils: Flower Drawing,
Have a great day....
Thanks for watching and sharing the journey.... see you next week with a whole new project!
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I'm a mixed media artist living my dream of creating every day and my passion for art has been with me from childhood. I've been teaching and painting for over 26 years in many different mediums, but found my art soul mate in mixed media.
I have been published in several magazines, and have been part of Donna Downey’s Artist Gang and Deco Art Media Design team for several years.
I produce my own line of stencils and create soulful and informative workshops on mixed media.
My favorite quote: I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel. " Maya Angelou