They are not finished yet, but it has been a good use of time getting acclimated to my new studio space and placement of all my tools and supplies. As I reach for things, I realize how the flow of the room set up is working or not working and I can re-position storage to work better for me.
Yesterday, I went in search of a large drapery rod for the slider in the studio and found it and this great little book as well! You know I'm always looking for ways to create personal imagery and this book on how to cut some simple paper stencils is a great resource! The cutting patterns are shown and ways of folding the paper. I think this might be a great RE-starting place for me to come up with some more designs that I can manipulate digitally. Check it out!!! The Art of Decorative Paper Stencils by Kanako Yaguchi.
Well look at that! She has a second book as well. The Art of Decorative Paper Stencils 2. Really, take a look at the Amazon links to see inside both books. Below is an easy stencil I just cut and sprayed with Adirondack Color Wash spray. I see LOTS of potential with these!!!
I hope everyone is spending some part of today being creative! Thanks for standing by while I get back on track!