Saturday, December 26, 2009
Wednesday, December 16, 2009
Thought you all would want to see the altered shrine that Jean Webb brought in. She was given the shrine by the artist Pam Thompson who is one of the people interested in joining our group. The shrine has been in the classroom at Creative Stamper for the past couple of months but everyone may not have had a chance to see it. Here's what Pam emailed me about the shrine:
The Buddha "alter" has a black incense holder inside and the decorative top piece is an aquarium ornament of an Asian bridge painted black.
www.sacredartimages.com -- From menu on the left you’ll see shrines. Some are more religious, but may be good examples.
www.stampersmall.com/altered_art/ had a list that you could go through and one was specific for cigar boxes at RubberRoadAdventures.com
Sunday, November 15, 2009
At the November meeting we exchanged fall 6x6 art and worked on metal tape projects from BB book--pictured here!
Wednesday, November 11, 2009
Here are some pictures of a few of the projects done at the art retreat in October--art dolls, watercolor monoprint, and wire wrapped/fiber earrings. As always you can click on the images for a larger view.
Saturday, October 31, 2009
I hear that the art retreat was enjoyed by all! Big THANKS to Sandi and Carla for all the work they did to present fun and interesting projects. I hope you all will bring in some of the projects you worked on for show and tell to the Nov meeting.
Sunday, September 27, 2009
a) paper towels
b) blow dryer
c) paint brushes (ranging from large -small)
d) large spoon (metal)
e) small spritzing bottle for water
f) Dawn liquid dish soap
g) small containers for water
i) various materials for mark making (foil, plastic wrap, string, stencils, toothbrush, tooth picks,
etc...........) Whatever you can make a mark or design with.
j) inexpensive watercolor paints - (brand) Color & Co. - watercolors/aquarelle from
Michaels Craft Store)
Optional items: bring if you have them but not necessary to purchase:
1)watersoluble crayons (Carandache - Neocolor II Aquarelle)
2) brayer or roller
3) Arches Paper paper - hotpress (90lb) I will provide enough paper for two
small prints, but if you want to experiment, feel free to bring other paper .
Items I will provide: newspaper print sheets, printing plates, paper, some water soluble crayons.
Altere Block Art Dolls
Additional items to bring :
a) cordless drill with small drill bits
c) small pliers
d) If you can't find any doll parts, I will have extras with me to share
e) Heat gun
f) polymer clay
g) any type of found objects you would like to adhere to the doll
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at: email@example.com