There's 10 total! Why? Because.... we are addicted to creating art!
On that note, lets begin with the 4 stencils designed by
Carol says: "I love to collage, so I used the stencils to make patterns on copy paper with black acrylic paint. Then, I cut up the stenciled machine parts and placed pieces of them in different configurations around the page. It is a fun way to work with stencils, and "make them your own."
|S348 Nested Squares Open|
|S346 Machinations 2|
|S347 Machinations WP|
|S349 Nested Squares Full|
An artist is free to use as little or as much as she wants to of a given stencil!
|Flourish by Carol Wiebe|
"We get these moments of grace in our lives that are so significant that they encourage us to flourish," Carol says. "However, a flourish is also the name of a decoration. I thought it would be interesting to represent that huge thing by a rather insignificant one."
We'll share Carol's insights and more art she made with her S346, S347, S348, and S349 stencils in our January Scoop newsletter!
Daniella Woolf's 6 New StencilsIt's interesting how the use of color on a stencil can change what it brings to mind. Do these images make you think of a place?
|Umbrella in shades of green|
|Umbrella in black and white|
What color will you use first on Daniella's Umbrella stencil?
Daniella's creative process around these stencils had to do with travel and photography.
|S342 Earth Crackles|
|S343 Sweet Bundles|
Dried mud along the shores of the Mei Kong River in Vietnam inspired Earth Crackles and...
Sweet Bundles derived from a packages at a road-side snack shop, also in Vietnam.
|S345 Tide Pool|
Tide pools capture the sea.
Daniella captured colors with her Tide Pool stencil and you can use her technique (pictured above) to capture your own tide pool:
1. Spray stencil with water.
2. Rub Inktense block over the surface.
4. Print on paper.
|S344 Spiral Fillets|
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|Face It stencil printed on raw silk.|
|S340 Face It|
Daniella printed these final 2 samples of "Faces" on silk.
|Face It stencil printed on silk.|