Tuesday, 13 May 2014

Lynne Perrella Panel


Over on the PA blog there is a new designer called Keren Baker. Love how she used her paper cutting techniques to create this altered frame which you can see here.

Using this for inspiration, I created the above panel, cutting away various pieces to reveal the bright backing colours. 

18 comments:

massofhair said...

Can tell you really enjoyed creating the panels :-) x

Pinksparklegirl said...

That looks great, love the use of the really bright paper behind the black and white

chrissies said...

Great job with this technique Sam and terrific colours and stamps you used

Love Chrissie x

craftytrog said...

Looks brilliant xxx

craftimamma said...

Fab take on Keren's project which I've just caught up on this afternoon. Don't think I could do that fiddly knife work though, lol, much as I'd like!

Hugs
Lesley Xx

Helen said...

Brilliant, Sam. Love the bright background peeping through the cut away designs. A fabulous take on Keren's project.

keren said...

Oh, these are fantastic!! Great cutting and they DO look better with the brighter colours. It's got an arty Warhol look to them. What a gorgeous piece of art for your home! I'm humbled that people are inspired by my projects.

Corrie Herriman said...

What a wonderful technique. Great to see the bright colours through the cuts !
Corrie x

Darcy UK said...

Great work, well done on the cutting out, loving the Warholesque bright colours.

Marianne said...

Lovely panel!! I have never seen this before and I like it very much!!
xxx Marianne

isisimaginings.com said...

Wow! That's gorgeous Sam, I love the bright colours behind the images.

Lin said...

Great panel Sam...those bright colours really do look great behind the images!! this stamp is so versatile!! great cutting out by the way xxx

Sarah B said...

great to see how these images can used in a pop art style. well done on all that fiddly cutting out xx

Etsuko Noguchi said...

Great panel and brilliant pop colours.

Deborah said...

That is brilliant, Sam!

Julie Ann Lee said...

This looks so bright and effective. Great work, Sam. Julie Ann xxx

Craftyfield said...

Reminds me of Andy Warhol style! Excellent idea.

Trish said...

Bright and effective - really lovely!

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