First Strathmore Workshop

14 01 2012

Strathmore is hosting more workshops this year.  The first one is being taught by Traci Bautista.  Here is my first week’s work…er…play.

There are layers of stuff on here…Smooch Spritz inks sprayed over resists and plastic canvas, acrylic paints, acrylic inks, markers of all kinds, white-out pen, and oil pastels last.  The neat thing about these workshops for me is they help me get acquainted with different products that I have not used before.

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10 responses

14 01 2012
Lynda

Great Job! I’ve been having a hard time getting into this workshop. It is amazing though, that she starts out with what looks to me like a mess, and ends up with a pretty neat piece. I really like yours. I’ll have to watch the videos again.

14 01 2012
kathy

Thanks, Lynda. Yes, you got that right. And the second week looks like even more of a mess! I haven’t done it yet. It’s just basically doodling is all it is…not thinking too much.

14 01 2012
Pam

I’m taking the same workshop, and I’m already behind. Traveling without art materials……….

15 01 2012
Judy Schaff

Kathy,
Happy New Year! I just got back from Dallas for work and now am facing surgery on my hand…back to your piece of art….I love it. Lucky you that you get exposed to all of those new products.
Judy

16 01 2012
Sharon Eley

Love your colors and what you did during “playtime”. Wish all adults knew that they need it as much as children. Your picture is very intriguing as all of your work. I have never heard of plastic canvas (other than YUPO). Is that what you used? Anyway, thanks for your generous sharing of your artwork and your ideas.

19 01 2012
edleen

Wonderful :)

19 01 2012
kathy

Thanks, Sharon. Plastic canvas I call it, but it is technically needlepoint canvas, I believe. It is a grid, but you can’t really see it at all here because of all the stuff on top of it!

11 02 2012
nestlingsbyrobin

That is pretty fun looking!! Have fun at the retreat? When will we see pics from that? :)

6 09 2013
Shelley Whiting

I love this one. It’s very playful and free. Fun and beautiful work.

11 09 2013
kathy

Thanks, Shelley!

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