The beginning of January is generally my “studio decluttering moment”. I am still in my festive mood, ready and excited for the new upcoming year.
This time more than ever, I think we all have been very happy to leave 2020 year right beside us. With my garbage bag still in my hands, I discovered a rustic wooden cube, I rolled it in my hands for a while and suddenly I was inspired by all sides to express opposites. The yin and the yang symbol is quite new to me but I loved to read that it is revolving in an infinite cycle of energy and we all need a new energy force to guide us all along, right?
Shawn Petite’s “Quiet courage” collage pack was so perfect for my cube, not to mention, that Hydrangea is my favorite flower. I decided to print many copies of it even in black and white, for my interpretation of opposites.
I hope you’ll enjoy my project. Many thanks.
Wooden cube 8,5 x 7 cm.
Gel printed papers or scrap papers,
Acrylics: DecoArt Neons Torrid orange, Sizzling pink, yellow. Dina Wakley paints Ruby, Fuchsia
Gel medium, flat brush to glue, embossing powder Ivory (Recollections) or you can use any modeling paste and a spatula.
Heat gun, Gelly roll pen White, Posca pen Black fine tip.
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