EcoArt:Under the Sea/Flowerscape
Reused materials in two seascapes and one flowerscape
Date: 10/28/2018 11:53:03 PM ( 4 y ) ... viewed 1084 times
I had a lot of left-over mixed acrylic paint from the last art project I did, and not wanting to waste it by having it dry up, I used it to create three more pieces of Eco Art:
"FlowerScape" Eco Art by mayah(c)2018 11" x 14"
Acrylic paint on scrap art paper; reused paint palette scraps; flower images from magazine advertisements; ribbon, lace, hand embroidery.
The circular shapes were made using a potato "stencil", the same one I made for the previous art piece "Lost Love". The flower images are mounted on thin cardboard; the entire project is mounted on reused cardboard backing, and then that is mounted on top of a mat board for layers of 3-D effect.
"Under the Sea 01" Eco Art by mayah(c)2018 [Emperor Angelfish (Pomacanthus imperator) found on coral reefs native to the Indian and Pacific Oceans]
"Under the Sea 02" Eco Art by mayah(c)2018 [This is a tiny marine crustacean (Lauriea siagiani) commonly known as the “Pink hairy squat lobster" found on giant barrel sponges in the Pacific Ocean]
I had the idea to use two pieces of card board from a small box as "canvases" for two seascapes, even though the purple-pink and orange colors are not usual for depicting the ocean. These two 6" X 7" art pieces are the result, with pieces of reused paint palette, images from old magazines/calendars, and AcriGlaze, a non-toxic acrylic finish. Sea 02 has hand embroidery.
Eco Art by mayah utilizes reused/recycled/earth-friendlier materials whenever possible.
MORE ART BLOGS:
Eco Art: "Lost Love" https://www.curezone.org/blogs/fm.asp?i=2416627
Eco Art:Altered Postcards https://www.curezone.org/blogs/fm.asp?i=2416618
EcoMaGs: Handmade 'Frig magnets: https://www.curezone.org/blogs/fm.asp?i=2416296
Doodle Art: Energetic Release https://www.curezone.org/blogs/fm.asp?i=2415866
Eco Art: Printer Magic! https://www.curezone.org/blogs/fm.asp?i=2415326
Art: Creation of the Earth https://www.curezone.org/blogs/fm.asp?i=2414391
Eco Art: Tiger and Valentine https://www.curezone.org/blogs/fm.asp?i=2414387
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