Friday, 14 October 2016

Dreaming about Liquitex Spray Paints.

Howdy Bloggers , Lisa here with a Friday mixed media up date .
Ohhhh I finally have some time to create this week... 
and to get my flow going I want to recreate a piece similar to the gorgeous" Charisma"
 Dreamcatcher I created a few months back .
So the story is, I have some frames with broken glass , 
that were damaged during the framing process,when preparing for my exhibition.
While perusing Instagram I came across this artist who painted out onto the frames and it looked so cool ,I thought I would incorporate that into my warm up piece for my weekend of at home, undisturbed ,creative bliss.
This is basically how I did it.
 I started with Gesso onto the board to create a barrier ,then added Dylusions ,Dina and Liquitex acrylics paints in a rainbow configuration. Drying time , then the fun starts .  
Did you know that Scrapping Clearly have an incredible supply of 
I have been waiting for the right time to drag them onto the art table and today was the day-
(it helped that I cleared off 2 of my back veranda working benches:)
 oh Stencils and Spray Paint ,
 how you were made for each other .
so quick , 
so effective for adding quick accents and interest points to background  pieces .
I busted out a plethora of my favorite dreamy stencils and went to work layering this baby together.
Using Colour Blast coloured paste in Royalty ,Envy and Just Blue for the Mandala style stencil , gives this piece shimmer and shine .
check out my mini Instagram video here.
 More Layering and some flicks of house and and this piece was almost complete ....almost
 it needed a few birds.. :):):):)
Thanks for dropping by the blog, see you next week :)
 Oh and this Dreamcatcher is For Sale, shoot me a message if your interested .
Lisa  xxxx


  1. Another, bright, arty masterpiece Lisa, love it!

  2. This is my fave so far, freakin gorgeous lines!