Thursday, 31 March 2016

Mini Art by Debs Wainwright


Morning everyone, Debs here today to share a pair of canvasses, which are only 4"x4" in size.







 Here's what I did


Using heavy bodied acrylic and texture tools I covered both canvasses using complementary colours. Once dry I added some more colour to make it pop.






The focal point of the canvasses were representational Daisy's, one quarter, on each canvas. Doodles were added in white. 






I added more texture using a stencil and crackle paste in copper across both canvasses.






and for the Sentiment I mixed thickening powder mixed with a black texture paste and stencils. The powder stiffened the paste which a gave a sharp edge to the words.





  

What I used


Canvasses from my stash


I'm enjoying working on smaller art pieces, as I find I have to use more planning which is a challenge for me. But that's what is all about challenging ourselves. More from me next week

Hugs Debs xx

11 comments:

  1. So pretty. Love those colours. Lx

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  2. These are lovely Debs, great colours and textures
    Love
    Amanda X

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  3. These are so gorgeous! Love the colours and the texture - fab! xxx

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  4. These are ace I want them

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  5. They are gorgeous Debs. Mini canvases are a challenge aren't they? I love the complementary colours and the gorgeous texture! Love seeing how you did it.

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  6. These are both really beautiful Debs with so much lovely colour and detail on them.
    Fliss xx

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  7. Gorgeous colours and what a wonderful set they make too
    Hugs
    Donna xxx

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  8. These are just stunning Debs. Sweet but mighty. Bright but rich. Lovely but abstract. Definitely... Magically Enchanting and very special. XXj.

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  9. Love these textured canvases - what amazing effects with the paint.
    Alison x

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