Saturday, May 24, 2014

"Forest Symphony"

I forgot to post photos of the other piece of artwork that I created for the Pages magazine.

It's a triptych that I made out of canvas, plaster, molding paste, natural items, lines from poems about trees and nature as well as acrylic paint, watercolor paint and maybe a few other things that I can't think of right now.

It was fun project that allowed me to use some of the tree bark, sticks and leaves that I have collected through the years.
The blog header that I have up right now (as of this writing) shows a small area of one of the panels.

"Forest Symphony"

(reverse side)
"Forest Symphony"

I love the crazy amount of texture that you can get with plaster and molding paste.
Here's a few close-ups.

I haven't actually had the magazine in my hands but I can't wait to see what they did with the photography!

Here's a link so you can check out all of the other fantastic articles they have.


Bren Graham Thebeau said...

Just love this, the textures and colors are wonderful!

Roxanne said...

I love this piece. You've outdone yourself Carol!

Joanne Huffman said...

Easy to get lost in the richness of your beautiful textures.

denise in wnc said...

I got the Magazine and your articles are great. This one sounds like fun!