Wednesday, 2 March 2016

Art Stone addiction - Dreamy

Hi again my dear ones!
New month has begun - and for me it means the grand opening of the class season - starting last weekend I'll be back to my usual schedule of classes, events and travels - and if you'd like to see where I am going - visiting this link will be the easiest way!
In the meantime - I'm still waiting for my Studio to be finished, which is stopping me from making any longer tutorials and videos - all my tripods, lamps and video camera are still packed, which really makes me frustrated... but after a week of break there is a high chance everything will be on the right track again very soon!
As I hate to give up I decided to create no-matter-what and after a longer moment of struggle I was able to clean a small part of the table and actually glue something together. Late at night, surrounded by jars, boxes, buckets and baskets - I found my little quiet zone in between all this madness around me.


As you can see - im absolutely obsessed with Micro Bead, Pebble and Art Stone textures at the moment. I'm sure I can fit them simply anywhere and I'm sure they will look just great. There is something enchanting in these structures and I just can't help myself - I want more...



Just like I mentioned in this post - it is great to come back to my Cold Country collection which I made a while ago for 7 Dots Studio. I never really had a chance to play with it, so it was really high time to put it on my table. I love this colour palette and quiet, nostalgic and romantic feeling of these papers. Somehow, it is 100% me...


Layers are my other obsession and I've been quite stubborn with them here. After adding all the papers, lace, doilies, random scraps and finally - embellishments this project is really thick and heavy - it is glued on the piece of chipboard and is going to be framed sometime in the future.



Part of the composition is covered with Art Basics Heavy White Gesso part  is sprayed with Lindy's sprays but you can see my new Mechanicals with rusty finish bare - just  as they come out of the packaging too. I love this look and I'm sure you will see more of similar solutions in the future.

Here is the list of the supplies I used - all of them are in Mixed Media Place Store:


Remember to come back on Friday to see new beautiful creation and tutorial by one of my talented Creative Team Members!
Have a great, inspiring week!

21 comments:

Sanderijn de Bruin said...

I am in love with your creation... It's just perfect and so artistic...

ro gamildien said...

Stunning Anna.It reminds me of the night sky

Cindy Brown said...

Amazing As always I'm fan again and again Finn

Kathy Bradley said...

As always, amazing, textural and gorgeous.

MARCH said...

comme toujours ... love it
corinne

suzieq23 said...

LOVE,LOVE,LOVE as always!

Ann Vear said...

WOW! Love It!

Jaya Raghuvanshi said...

Your creations are a treat to the eyes! I love this :)

Heather Thompson said...

this is gorgeous! it feels good to get some creative time in. soon the wait will be so worth it.

Wilma said...

What a very very beautiful piece of art. Love every detail of it.

Sanda Reynolds said...

Absolutely in love with your creations and materials!!!❤😘

Tsaima Eirini said...

I'm a lay out lover and watching you create lay out is such a pleasure!!! True art !!!Fantastic ideas using the art stones over this...Thanks for the inspiration and for sharing your work with us!!

Marianne/skorpionen said...

Absolutely love this! (and I'm still in love With that paper Collection)

Shirley Manuel said...

Fabbylous
Wonderous
Stupendous
Beautilous
Magnificous 💖

Tsaima Eirini said...

I'm a lay out lover and watching you create lay out is such a pleasure!!! True art !!!Fantastic ideas using the art stones over this...Thanks for the inspiration and for sharing your work with us!!

Tusia Lech said...

A masterpiece!!

Nupur said...

Ooo my my super stunning as always..truly a masterpiece❤️❤️❤️

Heather McMahon said...

Sensational! So amazing that you create this with so little space to work in!

smokeysmom said...

I would love to see more projects using your new Melange clear pebbles.

Mona Pendleton said...

Very pretty!

Darlene Campbell said...

Wow, this piece is layered with rich details and treasures revamped. It reminds me of a magical ocean underwater sea where maybe lost treasure was discovered. Love your work. Want to explore these products too. Cheers-Darlene