Thursday, May 30, 2019

Witness art with 3 new stencils by Tina Walker!

True to her mixed media passion, Tina Walker envisions many mediums to be used with these Ireland & Scotland-inspired stencils; paint, sprays, paste, and ink. 

You'll see art journal pages and encaustic painting in the artworks below:

The Stone Face Stencil was inspired by a beautiful stone fireplace in Kylemore Abbey, located in Connemara, County Galway, Ireland.  Tina writes, "As I looked at the stone structure, I wondered what trials the face has witnessed, silently observing, never judging."

The Cathedral Arch Stencil was inspired by St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Dublin, Ireland. Tina is always drawn towards architectural shapes and designs, especially when they have a long, historical reference.

The Gaol Stairs Stencil is a 2nd from the series inspired by the Kilmainham Gaol, a former 19th Century prison in Dublin, Ireland. The stories of the men, women, and children who walked these steps are a pathway to the past.

You can discover more about Tina's process on her A Dog's Life Blog.

Tina demos with distress oxide inks:

Check out Gaol Doorways and Train Station, the other stencils in this collection by Tina Walker.

1 comment:

  1. Love these! And especially love the way your encaustics turned out. Thanks, Tina!


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