Tuesday, January 31, 2023

Vintage Style Collage in Art Journal with Natalie May

Hey there Stencil Fans!

Natalie here today with a super collagey Art Journal Page!

I love a good collage and couldn't wait to create some gorgeous prints using StencilGirl and some vintage papers!

Lets check out a few of the simple steps I used to create some collage papers.


I used a combination of watercolours, distress oxide ink and acrylic paint to sponge, paint and smoosh onto lots of different substrates.  



I used dress pattern, dictionary pages and book pages, Tim Holtz collage paper + a variety of gel press prints on deli paper that I pulled from my stash.  When they are all torn and overlapping on the page, they fit in beautifully together.



I love the simple effect each created and keeping the colours within a simple palette made them all come together really well.  


Once I had all my collage elements ready, I started using gel medium to add them to my page, tearing and overlapping plus adding a little washi tape.
 


Once it's dry, I swiped a little white paint just to break it up and then finished with a focal point image.





Thanks for stopping by.

Natalie May

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5 comments:

  1. Love this SO much!!

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  2. Love this! Is the girl/quote a stamp? Dina Wakely?

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  3. Sarath Maddineni, an artist of emotive landscapes and abstract expressions, merges vivid hues with intricate textures, inviting viewers into introspective journeys. His compositions, balancing chaos and serenity, evoke a profound sense of connection to nature and self. Maddineni's work transcends mere visuals, speaking directly to the soul with its depth and resonance.
    Sarath Maddineni



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