Paint

The Mixed Media Monday challenge is using “paint”.

I created these fabric/paper pieces and washed them with different paints.

The process begins by painting plain muslin with a glue and water mixture, adding torn pieces of thin papers and then covering those with tissue paper and paints.

The gold edges are done with a hot glue gun and a Krylon pen. I stitched on the gold beads with needle and thread.

It’s a magical process that the talented, Beryl Taylor teaches.

She is such a talented, creative and generous artist.  I highly recommend taking one of her classes if you ever have the opportunity!

34 responses to “Paint

  1. Woooooooooooooooow OMG what a unbelievable background. Absolutely stunning creation. Love it.

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  2. This is just beautiful! I recognize Berly’s technique, but you definitely made this your own. Stunning!

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  3. kreativgeschwafel

    fantastic artwork!

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  4. fabulous!!!

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  5. Oh ! it’s really wonderful ! love the papers superposition ! reeally great !

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  6. mixedmediamonday

    Hi Patty – this is a wonderful piece! Thankyou for explaining the process – amazing! Diane

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  7. Patty das Teil ist super schön geworden.

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  8. Wonderful artwork, Patty!

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  9. Wow, Patty, this is beautiful! So glad to see you’re back and that you had a great time!! I love your heart and three diamonds….special

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  10. Hey Patty! I’m so sorry I missed you at Art&Soul. I was looking for you, the only person I saw was Jill. Hope you had a great time.

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  11. beautiful! I really liked the technique 🙂

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  12. This is amazing. ‘Nuff said.
    Gaye

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  13. That is truly stunning! I can’t believe how you made it – great work.

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  14. Gosh, I absolutely love this!

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  15. Fabulous!!!

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  16. Beautiful and such calming color, I love it.

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  17. That’s gorgeous! I love it!!!
    I wish I could see and feel it in person.

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  18. I absolutely adore this piece. Beautiful! Love the edging technique also. I’m going to try this on my next project.

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  19. This really is beautiful work, I love everything about it.

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  20. Oh Patti , what a wonderful textural piece, looks amazing:)

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  21. fantastic Patty. I looked at that and thought “ooh Beryl Taylor” then I read your post and discovered that was exactly where you were coming from! I’ve tried this technique myself and it’s great fun. You’ve done it proud.

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  22. I saw this and said to myself, “Wow! Patty has bought one of Beryl Taylor’s pieces and has posted a photo on her blog.” Then I read the post. Very, very well done! It’s gorgeous, to say the least!

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  23. Oh Patty I love it! It really looks very Berylesque, and yet very you too. I am working on some fabric paper too, I hope it turns out just half as nice as yours! Welcome home.

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  24. Pat Sayre McCoy

    Patty,
    This is lucious and very intense. I love the colors of the blue and dark red. What did you do with the hot glue pen AND krylon for the gold edges? It’s a really neat effect.
    Pat

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  25. Oh I say! This is simply splendid! All that yummy texture and colour… thanks for sharing that process, Patty! I just bought some wonderful hessian to make myself a bag with and now it looks like I shall have to try your technique on some of the textiles I have lurking under my desk! Oh the thrill of discovery…. 😉

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  26. Beautiful Patty, simply beautiful!

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  27. amazingly gorgeous

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  28. wow..amazing!! did you use pva glue?

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  29. wow … amazing !!
    so beautiful !!!

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  30. Gorgeous piece of work!

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  31. Oh Patty, I just gave a little squeal when I saw this piece because it is gorgeous (luckily no on heard me!). I am fascinated by your description of the technique. Where do I sign up for a class?

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