Grab Bags Aren't Just for Digital Creations May 03 2016, 0 Comments
April's grab bag was chock full of watercolor papers and elements, desert scenes and elements, a sassy art doll Hattie and a selection of cuts from the works of artist Paul Klee.
In April the de Young museum in San Francisco had a limited engagement exhibit called Bouquets to Art (local florists create arrangements that represent a piece of art) and they always have a stunning brochure. I loved the colors and used the cover of the brochure as the focal point of my art piece along with some acrylic paint, stencil and of course a digitally created element from the April Grab Bag, now available as separate kits: Tangie Baxter's Resonate and Rebecca McMeen's Hattie (product images at the end of this post) .
First, I digitally created an art doll using elements from Rebecca’s portion of the Grab Bag - Hattie and then printed it out on paper.
Next I applied a color wash of three colors that are used in the art from the magazine.
Then I cut out my “Hattie” and glued her, the magazine cover and title onto page. As a last thought applied a leaf stencil to the upper left.
TB&CO Grab Bags are only available for a limited time and priced on a sliding scale for more information visit TB&CO Grab Bags. April’s Grab Bag is no longer available, but is available as separate kits: Tangie Baxter's Resonate and Rebecca McMeen's Hattie.
May's Grab Bag will be available soon and if you don't want to miss the best deal you can purchase a subscription, where you automatically get the grab bag every month at the $6 price!
[posted by: Jan Nicholas]