Monday, September 26, 2011

She Wore Flowers in Her Hair...

Hi everyone!'s a beautiful rainy day today! Really, though, I do love the rain and the cool of autumn. Warm enough that you don't quite have to bundle up, but chilly enough that you can wear those lovely sweaters.(:

And besides...even if the weather outside is frightful, it's always so nice and cozy inside. ^^

Anyway, I wanted to share one of my more recent mixed-media projects, a little painting and a little collage. So I tore up some sheet music, article pages, and phone book pages, using them for the background, then took a woman's profile and a bunch of flower clippings, glued it all together on a porcelain tile, and went crazy with paint. At the end, I added one of my tracing paper butterflies.

This was the end result:

I hadn't originally intended to make her face a silhouette, but I really like the effect it makes it simpler and helps the bright flowers to stand out.

And the butterfly adds a bit of dimension...(:

What do you think? This is one of my new favorite little pieces....I have it sitting on my bookshelf perched on a miniature easel.(:

Have a lovely day!



  1. Hello Enjoy the rain!
    I love this Master piece, the collage is too much fun !! its my favorite collage among all of your previous work!
    keep posting your creations dear !!

  2. I would love to exchange photos to sketch! Please send me the photo you'd like me to sketch to : (put Natasha in the subject line). I can either take a photo in the next few days, or you can just pick one of my blog if you like. It would be easier if you use one off my blog, because I may not be able to get anymore photos for awhile.
    Sounds like fun!
    A Modest Fashion Blog:

  3. I just discovered your blog, and I love it! Your artwork, refashions, and other projects are all simply amazing! I had lots of fun looking through your blogging archive. :)

  4. That's awesome! Very creative. Keep up the great work!


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