Kat''s Nature

Kat's Nature Is To Be Creative - I Love Paint and Stuff

Friday, January 27, 2012

Paint-Party time- Happy Friday

No...I am not trying to make a puzzle
 This is the two multi-med art works 
that I have been working on this week
one is from a watercolor of a bluebird 
and the other is from a watercolor of a cardinal

I applied the pieces -that i tore up to a canvas with gel and paint

the twine is for  the stems/ branches

I used old silk flowers for the flowers (that was genius right?)
 the leaves are cut from canvas drop cloth material
I like how this cardinal one turned out the best

this bluebird on needs more work!



happy Friday all 

-KAT-

26 comments:

Lesley said...

I happen to like the blue bird better, so don't beat yourself up so much!! lol Neat idea...come back and show how it develops! :)

Helen Campbell said...

They are BOTH beautiful paintings! It's fun to see your progression. Happy PFF!
Helen@Natures Walk Studio

TexWisGirl said...

i just love what you can see out of odd materials.

laurie said...

oh wow, these are beautiful! I love them!!!

Netty said...

Both beautiful collages, happy PPF, x

Debbie said...

Very interesting process! I love the soft colors in the bluebird piece.

Ayala Art said...

Both are eye catching! One more dramatic, the other softer and more dreamy, beautiful work

Tracey Fletcher KIng said...

I love the blue one as it is, but can't wait to see the final piece... loved seeing a bit of your process and thanks for sharing that... happy ppf

Christine said...

very beautiful pieces!

carlarey said...

You're so brave! I would never have been able to cut up that painting of the the bluebird!

EVA said...

Lovely and creative pieces. Great to see the process!

Mary C. Nasser said...

I like both, but do love how that red cardinal stands out against its green complementary background. :)

Lovely!

♥♥♥
Happy PPF!!
Mary
Mixed-Media Map Art

NanaDiana said...

FUN idea. Guess what? I like the bluebird one! See...it's all in the eye of the beholder! Great job- xo Diana

Betsy said...

How creative! I love both of them. Nothing cheers me up more than birds. Cardinals and bluebirds are two of my favorites.

Phoenix Peacock said...

fantastic process

SHERI C said...

Both are beautiful!
Nice to see the process you you use to bring them to life.
Wishing you a Happy PPF!
Sheri Cook/HappyHorseStudio

Carol L McKenna said...

Very creative and colorful and love seeing the process ~namaste, carol (Share the Creative Journey) Happy PPF ^_^

Apni Avani said...

Both look great. The colors in the cardinal one are eye-catching and the blue bird one is so soothing.

La Abela said...

Precious both, I think you used the acuerela in dry, right?, the role did not previously wet it. Saludos

Anne said...

both are lovely but the blue is my fave! Happy PPF!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

They are both wonderful...I always like blue birds better just because! The tiny flowers around the bird are very pretty! ♥

Ann from On Sutton Place said...

I love them both but the cardinal is my favorite. So fun that there's a linky party for all you talented artists. Hope you have a great week!

JKW said...

Good grief, canvas drop cloth, who would have thought. I love both paintings. . . and the descriptions of what you used. Mixed media is very different, I like it. Blessings, Janet PPF

Gloria said...

I agree with Ayala. Stunning work and loved the process. Thanks for sharing.

Beadwright said...

I have to agree with Gloria and the rest, I love seeing the process of how an artist gets from point A to Z. Lovely art
Nicole/Beadwright

Ellie said...

I agree with everyone else! They are beautiful works and I enjoy seeing your process too - fantastic!