Welcome to a tutorial Monday! We have a very special treat today from one of our Creative Crew Members, Aga Baraniak! Not only did she create a F-A-N-T-A-S-T-I-C mixed media piece, but she has a whole video showing her creative process! Enjoy!
Our October Challenge is all about celebrating Women – this is Aga´s thoughts:
“There where agent women in Poland during World War II. Acting in conspiracy, risking their life for Poland. They were my inspiration. Their courage deserves to remain in our minds forever.”
“Watch the video below to see how I created this art piece. It is a step by step tutorial with lots of tips and composition information.”
Below you find detailed pictures:
Aga fussy cut pieces from the Hairloom papers and layered them together to create depth and interest.
Tattered Angels Mists give the background a pop of color.
Products from Canvas Corp Brands:
- Canvas Corp Mix and Match Pad: The Watering Can
- Canvas Corp Heirloom Collection: Sewing on Ivory Paper
- Canvas Corp Heirloom Collection: Pen & Ink on Ivory Paper
- Canvas Corp Bohemian Romance 12×12 Paper: Better Together
- Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist – Mardi Gras
- Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist – Merlot Gold
- 7gypsies Gypsy Mixed Media Pad – Gypsy Moments
thanks for stepping by today!
October 8, 2018 @ 7:00 am Jean Marmo
Wow – just amazing! So many wonderful layers and textures!
October 8, 2018 @ 2:44 pm Penny Hanuszak
Wonderful mixed media piece. I really liked the textures, layering and colours you added. The video was very cool to watch, at a good pace and the captioning was perfect to give those extra details that weren’t quite visual. Thanks for inspiring.
October 8, 2018 @ 8:20 pm Jessica Larios
This is absolutely fabulous Aga! I love the backgroud texture and colors, and those layers are just fantastic! Very cool and inspiring piece, thank you for sharing with us !
October 9, 2018 @ 8:30 pm Peggy Lee Baker
Aga I so loved your video and your artwork, I love using Tattered Angels glimmer mist and I saw a few colors I don’t have off to shop! Thanks for sharing, Peggy Lee