The universe has been listening. It heard that my gelliplate has become most most favouritest thing in the whole world.
In fairness it would have been quite hard for the Universe to have missed this fact. In fact, I suspect the Universe has been banging on it's ceiling with a brush handle, yelling at me to keep it down.
But, holding no grudges, she - the Universe is a woman, right? - sent me a wonderful surprise a month or so ago.
I got an email from the lovely people at DecoArt paints, asking me to do a little design team work for them with their fab acrylic paints and my beloved Gelli plate. I.Was. Delighted. Delighted :)
But I got a little bit of performance anxiety. I didn't want to disappoint. Such lovely, lovely paints and now (after a trip to the Hobbycraft fair in Birmingham) also a new GIANT Gelliplate. It was nearly overwhelming.
But, telling myself to cop on, I eventually dived in...
Here are the current results. I hope you like them :)
I grabbed a few fallen leaves from the Acer tree in the back garden and this is what I got :)
|My Dad saw keyholes and I saw trees. I think he's right though.|
Broke out a few of my old favourite hand-cut stencils for this one. Loving the pink palette.
The first of two Poppies studies. Love poppies. And the colour teal. This print has it all!
Those poppies again. But more multicolored. I love colour. Loads of it. I guess I'm just not a subtle person :)
So, there you go. I'm hoping to try producing some videos of my process soon. I tried before but my camera kept falling over. Any and all tips on making videos very happily received!
See you next time :)