Produced using scrap papers, digital collage images, stencils, stamps & ink. The main colours used were Quinacridone Magenta and Phthalo Blue (GS), but this was over a background that had mulitple colours on it to begin with. I also sprayed some yellow colour wash over it in a couple of places, but most of that faded away once more layers were added.
Love your unique and colorful mask composition, love also the lines and circles and the quote.ReplyDelete
Wow Rachel, that's beautiful :-)ReplyDelete
Love the colours Rach and the background is excellent.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous Rach, how you have incorporated those papers and love the collage images .xReplyDelete
This is FABULOUS. I love the shadow effect over of all the other elements and the colors, Rachel.ReplyDelete
Fabulous collage, Rachel!ReplyDelete
This is great, I love the way you have put it all together, the colours, the images, it's amazing :)ReplyDelete
love the text, colors, pictures, everythingReplyDelete
A wonderfully complex interpretation of the challenge. Well done!ReplyDelete
Beautiful! I love the way you use the digital images in some of your collages and art journal pages. I have never used them but I do believe I will have to give them a try! I hope my color printer will do them justice when I print them out.ReplyDelete
fabulous collage, some many details to look at and such fab coloursReplyDelete
Your works are very inspiring. Lovely !
Very lovely work!ReplyDelete
A great blog with lots of interesting creations Rachel...you have a new follower (and Pinner :-))ReplyDelete
Greetings, Alie :-)
I found your blog via pinterest and love your work. So different and beautiful.This one also, so colorful and beautiful combinztion, marvelous work.ReplyDelete
I will follow you
You have an awesome imagination and your work is truly inspirational to me as a young aspiring artist. Thank you for sharing your step-by-step vlogs on youtube...ReplyDelete
Love the colorful collage...ReplyDelete
Your work is so cool!
Reminds me of the masks I saw in Venice recently. Very evocative. You can create stories of all these beautiful characters just looking at them. Thanks for the inspiration!ReplyDelete