I thought I would try something different with my favourites post this month.
Whilst I love beauty stuff (and I will be posting my beauty favourites later this week) I have also totally fallen in love with creativity this month and thought I would share my favourite creative works for the month of June.
The above painting is a piece I created over the weekend which I absolutely adore. The below photos are close ups of the painting so you can see the full effect.
I used the pouring medium by Liquitex mixed with various shades of fluid and heavy body acrylic paints to create this fluid style effects. I absolutely love it and can’t wait to use the pouring medium for other pieces of work.
The above piece has taken a while to gather together and is not yet complete. I found these perfect cardboard circular discs when I was sorting through the boot of my car of all places (I really cannot remember how and why they were there!). I decided to paint each disc with various paints and mixes and when dry I glued them to this canvas board which I had painted a brilliant yellow colour. This isn’t finished yet, I just have to wait to be inspired for the next stage of this piece.
This is the biggest canvas I have ever painted. I have used a variety of different mediums, for example modelling, glass bead & crackle paste. I then built up the layers of paint to create this abstract painting. I just cannot find where best to hang this in our house.
The above piece was my first experience of using the pouring medium with various different acrylic paints. I poured this onto a canvas board. I just love all the swirls and different effects.
I have also embraced using the creative and manual modes on my Canon 750D camera. I managed to capture this stunning sunset when I stepped out of my comfort zone and played around with the various exposure settings. Beautiful
I hope you have enjoyed my different twist on my June favourites. Painting and photography is now such a big part of my life I just had to include them this month as June has been particularly creative.
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