:: nature ::
Maple leaves and Fern (Pteridophyta)
materials used for this project-
botanical clippings - acrylic paint - paper - brayer
Forget not that the earth delights to feel your bare feet
and the winds long to play with your hair.
Beautiful work. I used to print from leaves etc with the kids at school. that was such fun! Hugs, ValerieReplyDelete
** thanks! ** and yes it is!! :)
Snap! I recently did some gelli printing with leaves then added insect stamps. Yours are lovely.ReplyDelete
Hello Deborah!! :)Delete
Sounds terrific... I bet your are lovely too!!
These are so great! and I really love your color choices, tooReplyDelete
**thanks** enjoy your visit here today! :)
I kinda "winged-it" with the paint colors, trying to get settled in my new place.
Glad to read, you liked the color scheme... Love your support ~xx
Fabulous! Time for me to purchase a brayer! (I've been wanting to but they're kinda expensive!) But a mixed media artist simply can't do without one.ReplyDelete
Love the botanical clippings and the bright colors you chose!
Yes!!! Indeed a brayer is an important tool to have... I will agree. :)
**a must have** for mono printing.
Thank you for stopping by, enjoy your visit... Love your company ~xx
You must have an unlimited supply of leaves in your new area. The prints look beautiful.ReplyDelete
**thank you** glad you like these prints!! Enjoy your visit, love your company. :)
Lovely! We must be on the same wave length; I woke up the other day thinking about fall leaves I gathered last year and how I can use them with my gelli plate!ReplyDelete
**FANTASTIC** idea!!! :)
These are so beautiful, April. JxReplyDelete
Aww... **thanks** glad you are enjoying my prints!! :)
Love your company, always.
So simple, so grounding, so beautiful. Thanks for the reminder to use what Mother Nature offers us April. She's the original artist!! xxReplyDelete