Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Family Stencils Part 1

The first of my hand cut stencils in my Family Series. This is of my sister Sheila, it is her high school graduation portrait. I will probably recut it again I was not too happy how her right eye turned out. I have not had time to do anything creative in a while so it felt good to do some spray painting.
I certainly enjoy spray painting in my beautiful back yard on a nice summer evening.

7 comments:

Sue Abbott said...

Well I think you've done a great job with the stencil. It makes me wonder how you manage to cut it at all, cutting other than a straight line is not my forte. Hope the sunny nights continue so you can do what you enjoy doing.
Sue

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

I'm jumping the gun by finding your site from Seth Apter's. I'm glad I did. It gave me a chance to look over all your stencil work. You make amazing art, and I will be back often to see what you have created.

Debrina said...

I'm fast behind Bleubeard and his owner...finding your site via Seth's site. Your stenciling rocks and your handmade book is to die for!!! Gorgeous stuff. Will be back!

Anonova said...

That's beautiful!
I love the colours and the patterns, they work so well together.

Jeb said...

These stencils are really neat!

Lisa Sarsfield said...

I came here from Seth's blog. Love your stencil work! I;ve never seen anyone doing this from photos so I am intriqued. I will be back to see more someday soon!

Studio Sylvia said...

I arrived via Seth's Page, looking for Buried Treasure and found it. Your artwork is detailed. How do you have the patience to cut stencils? Your handmade book is terrific and think your ATC creations are lovely.