Taking a break from the landscapes and going back to my circle abstracts. You can faintly see parts of the circle grid pattern in the background. I then built up layers using masks to save some of the layers. The last step was to collage the open circle shapes on. I am going to play around with this technique some more.
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Another variation on the theme. I am really liking the way this swirly stamp looks. I had a darker colour on the bottom layer and then I put a layer of Bleached Titianium over top and stamped into it with the linocut stamp. The straight edge on the bottom is cut deli paper that was painted with the Gelli plate. I like how a straight edge can provide some tension with the organic shapes.
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Another landscape! This one has many layers of colour built up on the Gelli Plate. I have used more collage this time. The bottom half is all collage, The variegated paper is deli paper that I used to clean off my brayer as I was working. The black is painted deli paper and of course a bit of my mission to preserve a dictionary. I added the fine black lines with a Fine Line squeeze bottle.
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Still in landscape mode! Today I built up layers and used grid like stencils for the foreground and then collaged some square and rectangle shapes in red to accent it . On the horizon line along with text from and old dictionary I added some of the black painted deli paper and some purchased copper paper.
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Still on a landscape theme today. I changed up the collage paper to a bit from some old sheet music. The swirly pattern on the forefront is achieved by stamping into the paint on the Gelli plate and them pulling the print. I carved the stamp from Speedy Cut. That Lino printing class I took many moons ago came in handy!
Today I built up many layers of colour, collaged on a paper doily for interest in the foreground and used some corrugated cardboard from a light bulb box for the horizon line.
I love how the colour peeks through the holes in the doily.
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This is the first of a new 30 day challenge. I have completed three challenges consecutively now painting 92 paintings. This month I have joined 700 other artists online that are taking the challenge.
This month I am going to push the limits on my Gelli Arts printing plate.
This painting is an abstract landscape with the lace paper doily embedded to represent hills in the distance.
I like the moodiness you get building up the layers.
I think this will be fun!