Friday, 20 September 2013

A Taste of the Orient


Grunge paste through stencil onto the raw corrugated. Background painted with blood orange fresco paint and edged with black dress. Stencilling painted with black dress and outlined in white posca pen.

LP images stamped onto die cut butterflies and flower chipboard piece.

Die cut arch coloured in black dress and stamped with the Stampotique chinese script in versamagic white ink.

12 comments:

Lin said...

wow Sam that's fab!! I love the butterflies..really suits the stamps..great piece!!

Helen said...

Wow, that's fabulous - love the butterflies with those faces stamped on them!!

Sid said...

Loving this Sam, great colours !!

Anita Abercrombie said...

Love the colours

chrissies said...

Great ideas as always Sam. Really love the stamping on the die cut butterflies

Chrissie x

Deborah said...

A really cool take on oriental, Sam.

Julie Ann Lee said...

Absolutely gorgeous, Sam! Loving those butterflies! Julie Ann xx

Julie Ann Lee said...

Not sure if I clicked Publish, but this is fabulous! PS: Those butterflies look like rather mysterious masks! Julie Ann xx

isisimaginings.com said...

That is gorgeous, I love it. The butterflies look great.

Marianne said...

Lovely idea with the stamps on the butterflies! Great make!
xxx Marianne

Alison said...

Fantastic oriental art Sam! I love those butterflies! xxx

butterfly said...

Very cool - love the rich red, with the drama of the b&w... the calligraphy looks amazing - large and small!
Alison x

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