Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Wood Blocks

Art Blocks
Fern WIP
Faux sunprint
Painting on wood
Two more blocks are done...still have a few more to go.

31 Lovely Comments:

Blogger Glynis Madden said...

Ooh lovely. Really like the butterfly.

1/30/2013 2:56 PM  
Blogger Kalei's Best Friend said...

love the leaves!

1/30/2013 3:05 PM  
Blogger -- thispaperjournal -- said...

What a clever idea with those blocks! Not to mention how beautiful the are now...I'm reading your fabulous book right now and just wanted to say hello from Poland :)

1/30/2013 3:34 PM  
Anonymous pneumatic products said...

Beautiful art craft! Thanks for sharing.

1/30/2013 5:23 PM  
Blogger Hunterdon Art Museum said...

What a clever use for those blocks!

1/30/2013 5:23 PM  
Blogger Kim @Minimalarkey said...

I like the blocks very much, I can imagine them making a lovely mixed display with art prints/postcards and found nature objects etc.

www.minimalarkey.blogspot.co.uk

1/30/2013 5:56 PM  
Blogger 4 the hunts said...

I love the little blocks! Clever idea!! Xx

1/30/2013 10:18 PM  
Anonymous Blijmetkleur said...

It looks lovely, with such bright colours!

1/31/2013 2:02 AM  
Blogger Littletree Designs // Rebecca said...

So beautiful and a wonderful idea x

1/31/2013 2:39 AM  
Blogger Almu said...

Qué bonitos!! Y me encanta tu esmalte de uñas!!

1/31/2013 4:37 AM  
Blogger Starr White said...

These are wonderful! What a terrific idea - little works of art that can be displayed almost anywhere, and can even be stacked together!

1/31/2013 8:18 AM  
Blogger Susan Jonsson said...

Holy cow....You given me a whole new perspective on the construction going on next to me. I will be scavenging and making something beautiful....Thanks for the amazing inspiration!

1/31/2013 10:13 AM  
Blogger Green Morning said...

I love how your nails match! Did you do that on purpose?

1/31/2013 10:47 AM  
Blogger BéBé Chérie said...

Lovely! Brilliant use of discarded wood blocks!

1/31/2013 10:52 AM  
Blogger Danny said...

They are lovely. I love that you left so much of the wood spare. I love painting on wood (butterflys too)but I always end up smothering the wood in paint and glitter. I feel inspired to pare it down a bit.
Thanks for the inspo!

1/31/2013 10:53 AM  
Anonymous rk said...

Very beautiful! Isn't it hard though to paint on the ridged surface? Your fine lines are still so smooth on this textured blocks :)

1/31/2013 11:36 AM  
Blogger Mayra Rivera said...

Love these! Would you be selling these?

1/31/2013 11:37 AM  
Blogger Miriam said...

Beautiful butterflies!
Love your matching nails too!

1/31/2013 1:06 PM  
Blogger linda (dots n doodles) said...

These are amazing and beautiful! What a fabulours idea. Even complete with matching nail varnish!

2/01/2013 1:06 AM  
Anonymous Marilou said...

As a butterfly and moth creator myself... absolutely love the ones you post! beautiful!!! and what a great idea the wooden blocks! Food for thought! xoxo

2/01/2013 4:17 AM  
Blogger elizabeth said...

Oh, beautiful!

2/01/2013 6:57 AM  
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2/01/2013 8:15 PM  
Anonymous Christine d'Anecdotes said...

Another lovely ideas ! I like the way you give value to discarded elements. XXX from France

2/03/2013 2:03 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ang ganda!:)

2/03/2013 5:47 PM  
Blogger yoojin said...

Awwww, so beautiful!

2/05/2013 12:10 AM  
Blogger Laura said...

So beautiful! I would like to know the name of that light blue colored ink...I would like to try acrylic ink.
Laura

2/05/2013 7:25 AM  
Blogger Valérie said...

Hey , it looks like ART BROWNIE in toronto ! Will you participate ?

2/05/2013 7:35 AM  
Anonymous Sarah @ *Tadaam! said...

Rich idea ! New headline : always look in the trash ! :-) Very nice.

2/08/2013 5:42 AM  
Blogger Kiana said...

I want one of these, they're so unique!

http://spectredart.blogspot.com/

2/09/2013 8:24 AM  
Anonymous alli said...

hey Geninne, i want to get my stencils 'cremey' what paint is best i use doc martins but i will have to try the white. i want OPAQUE,
i saw your cards anthro the other day, i was so excited because i have been following you since wayyyy back. Psalm 1:3

2/18/2013 10:51 AM  
Anonymous Art Galleries said...

Very beautiful and creative art. I really like your post. Interesting.

5/03/2013 7:24 AM  

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