Friday, March 27, 2015

Second in Missed Beat Series

I am not repeating all the information from the last post but here is the second in the Missed Beat series.

Process Pictures--some show the brown paper I used as a mask.















Finished and hanging. 



Two detail shots.  Oh, and the circles were looking a bit muddy after several layers of deconstructed screen printing so I squirted some Decolourant on them, dried, set, washed, then overprinted the entire circle with a masked screen and an intense blue thickened dye.


Just a note of self-congratulations.  When this piece was hanging in the studio, an artist/art instructor from UMA walked by.  He stopped, studied it for a while, then asked if I wanted to show in his gallery.  One guess my answer!

Linked to Nina-Marie

16 comments:

  1. Even more fabulous in person. The deep multiple layers (your forte) in the blue circles just pull you in.

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  2. Wow! What a fantastic piece. You go girl!

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  3. I love watching the progress, and the end result is really delightful! Congrats on being asked to show!

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  4. Thanks for showing us the process. Really neat and congrats!

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  5. Want to show it and others in MY new gallery?! Small but appreciative audience ;-)

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  6. Oh wow ! This one looks very special ....
    would LOVE to stitch on it ;-)

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  7. It is pretty cool. I kept wondering but why is she going further? I like it here.....and here......and here!

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  8. It is pretty cool. I kept wondering but why is she going further? I like it here.....and here......and here!

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  9. Congratulations! You sure know hoe to go deep into the layers!

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  10. This is gorgeous, Judith! So appreciate walk-through on the process. Congrats on the invitation, too! No surprise!

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  11. I love circles and that is just fantastic!

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  12. Love it. Now that gallery owner has good taste!.

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  13. Good show! Glad you received some instant gratification with an gallery offer!

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  14. Great pictures of the stages and painting of your very cool cloth. Congratulations on having it shown in a gallery!!

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